OSHA proposed a $7,000 fine, the maximum possible under the law, to Wal-Mart for inadequate crowd management at the time of the Black Friday trampling.
— May 27, 2009
Trovata's lawyer accused the $1.7 billion retailer Forever 21 of “a chilling lack of remorse" in copying case.
— May 22, 2009
Court decides state could recalculate taxes owed by Wal-Mart Stores Inc. to include its subsidiaries.
— May 21, 2009
Forever 21 Inc. co-founder Jin Sook Chang said she was not even aware of the Trovata brand until after the lawsuit was filed.
— May 20, 2009
A pattern of robberies dates back two years.
— May 15, 2009
In the intellectual property trial, Trovata's attorney compared designing to musical composition, whereas Forever 21's lawyer likened it to baking cobbler.
— May 14, 2009
Fashion house D&G wins suit against Adidas over trademark lawsuit.
— May 13, 2009
Campaign finance fraud charges set to be heard May 11.
— May 8, 2009
Mass retailer Wal-Mart to develop improved safety plan for all 92 New York stores.
— May 7, 2009
Economic problems blamed on increase in store crime.
— May 6, 2009
Attorneys for Woody Allen asked a federal judge to block American Apparel Inc. from calling his wife and ex-girlfriend as witnesses in court this month.
— May 6, 2009
The Cornelia Day Resort is scheduled for formal rebranding as Spa Chakra today, but a new lawsuit could keep the old name, and former owners, on the record.
— May 1, 2009