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Agents Seize $65M in Cash in Fashion Drug Raid

Federal agents seized more than $65 million in cash and made multiple arrests during a Wednesday raid of fashion companies.

Guccio Gucci Under House Arrest

Guccio Gucci has been accused of fraudulent bankruptcy and is under house arrest.

Judge Puts Ralph Lauren, USPA Case in Arbitration

Federal judge rejects RL lawsuit citing terms of 2003 settlement agreement.

David Yurman Sues Sam's Club

The company is seeking injunctive relief to bar Sam’s Club from selling the alleged infringing product as well as unspecified damages and related legal costs.

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LVMH, Google Settle Dispute

Luxury giant and Internet giant agree to cooperate in reducing advertising and selling of counterfeits.

LVMH and Hermès Declare a Truce

The acrimonious, four-year standoff between the French luxury rivals has ended in a surprise entente cordiale.

Abercrombie & Fitch to Improve Corporate Governance

The new measures are part of a settlement of a lawsuit in a federal district court.

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Artists Sue Over Just Cavalli Graffiti Print

Three California street artists have filed a lawsuit against Roberto Cavalli SpA.

Court Appoints Mediator in Balenciaga v. Ghesquière

According to a decision filed Wednesday, the parties have three months to reach an “amiable" agreement via mediation, or the court is to make a ruling.

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Balenciaga v. Ghesquière Case Heads to Mediation

The lawsuit brought by Balenciaga against its former designer, Nicolas Ghesquière, has moved out of the courtroom, WWD has learned.

Audemars Piguet Awarded Additional Post-Trial Damages

The amount in damages to be paid by Swiss Watch International now totals $11.7 million.

ITC Patent Case Reflects Tech's New Role

As new technologies come into play, so do new legal woes, as evidenced by the patent infringement case aimed at 17 U.S. and European brands and retailers.

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