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Prada Denies Reports of Italian Tax Probe

A lawyer for Miuccia Prada and her husband Patrizio Bertelli denied Italian press reports that they are being investigated.

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Dsquared2 Secures China Rights

A court in Hangzhou has sentenced that the fashion company is “legitimately allowed” to distribute its collections in China.

Suit Against Chico's Alleges Copying

A Florida-based handbag designer has filed a lawsuit against Chico’s FAS Inc. claiming the company forced her to copy other designers’ creations.

Second Hearing Scheduled for Jennifer Lauren

Following an alleged act of air rage on a flight from Barcelona to New York, the jewelry designer was charged with being intoxicated and abusive.

Audemars Piguet Awarded $9.8M in Damages

The luxury Swiss watch firm filed its federal trademark infringement lawsuit against Swiss Watch International in 2012.

Loehmann's IP Assets Sold

It's not likely the end of the road for the Loehmann’s brand name, although what form that new life takes remains unclear.

Macy's Settles With Martha Stewart

The retailer's legal battle with J.C. Penney continues.

Warrant for Arrest of Tazreen Owner Issued

Arrest orders for Delwar Hossein and five others have been issued, all of whom are said to be on the run at this time.

Former Tiffany Executive Sentenced

Ingrid Lederhaas-Okun was arrested in July for stealing and reselling $2.1 million worth of jewelry from employer.

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Swatch Stock Rises on Tiffany Arbitration News

A Dutch arbitration body said Saturday that Tiffany & Co. must pay Swatch Group damages of 402 million Swiss francs, or $448.6 million at current exchange.

Authorities Seize Counterfeits on London's Oxford Street

Authorities seized a haul of counterfeit designer clothing and accessories in a raid at a gift shop on Oxford Street.

Top French Court Upholds Copyright Ruling

The Cour de Cassation upheld a lower court’s verdict in a ruling that has wide-ranging implications for luxury-goods brands worldwide.

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