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In Brief: Coach, Brown Shoe Dispute Ends

Coach Inc. has dropped a patent infringement lawsuit it brought against Brown Shoe Co. earlier this year.

In Brief: Ross Pays Penalty

Ross Stores Inc. has agreed to pay a $500,000 civil penalty.

Pony Drops Trademark Suit Against Nike

Pony had alleged infringement of chevron trademark, but has now withdrawn its case against Nike.

SEC Seeks $22.6 Million Judgment on Conaway

Lawyers for former Kmart ceo Charles Conaway have filed motion for new trial after a guilty verdict.

Counterfeiter Chu Gets 97-Month Sentence

Ring leader convicted of smuggling hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of accessories and apparel.

Online Jeweler Issues Apology

Overstockjeweler.com pays unspecified compensation to settle complaint by Cartier, David Yurman and others.

Case Against Lampert, Day Dismissed

Allegations of undervaluing of Kmart real estate set aside.

French Senate Approves Sunday Trading Law

Relax on shopping ban must next clear Constitutional Council.

Retailer Zumiez Agrees to Settle Calif. Labor Suit

In reaching a tentative agreement to settle a California class-action lawsuit, extreme sports retailer Zumiez will pay about $1.3 million.

eBay Tiffany Richard Goldberg James Swire Bruce Rich

Appeals Court Hears Tiffany Appeal of eBay Case

Tiffany's and eBay disagree on whose duty it is to prevent knockoffs from being sold.

Bourke Found Guilty of Conspiracy

A federal jury on Friday found Dooney & Bourke co-founder Frederic Bourke guilty of conspiracy for his role in a plot to bribe officials in Azerbaijan.

Scoop NYC, Robert J Wicsher Stefani Greenfield lawsuit

Ex-Workers Sue Scoop NYC

Former Scoop NYC workers filed a federal lawsuit alleging labor violations, such as unpaid overtime.

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