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Judge Limits Scope of Suit Against Coty

Securities fraud claim filed by former Coty CFO against the beauty comopany has been dismissed.

Von Furstenberg Settles Copying Charge

Designer Diane von Fursenberg's firm will pay an undisclosed amount for design copy.

Former Employee Alleges Wrongdoing at Limited

Labor Department earlier had dismissed claims made by a former Limited employee and would-be whistle-blower.

Ackman Facing 'Short-Swing' Suit

A Long Island lawyer sues William Ackman for alleged improper buying and selling of Target stock.

Sears Reaches Settlement With FTC

Sears Holdings Management Corp. reached a preliminary settlement with the Federal Trade Commission over charges they collected sensitive consumer information.

In Brief: Coach Sues Brown Shoe Co.

Coach Inc. brought a patent infringement suit against Brown Shoe Co. Inc. last week, accusing the footwear firm of violating one of Coach's handbag designs.

Boscov's Clears N.J. County Hurdle

Freeholders approve $3M federal loan for the department store chain Boscov's.

Gucci, Chloe Seek Bank of China Contempt Ruling

Gucci America Inc., Chloé and Alfred Dunhill square off with bank over multimillion-dollar Internet counterfeiting judgment.

Ex-Kmart Chief Conaway Plans Appeal

Lawyer for Charles Conaway, Kmart’s former chief executive officer, said Tuesday his client would appeal a verdict finding him liable for fraud charges.

Columbia Sportswear Counterfeits Seized

The company said a raid of four stores and two warehouses in the country turned up more than 4,700 counterfeit Columbia-branded products.

Customs Seizes Large Shipment of Counterfeit Sunglasses

Los Angeles seizure valued at $1.8 million.

Mistrial in Trovata, Forever 21 Copying Case

Attorneys for Trovata said the company will seek a new trial against Forever 21.

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