Fashion Companies Are Clamoring for Carbon Credits, But the System is Rife with Issues French global energy giant Total recently announced it had delivered its first shipment of “carbon neutral liquid natural ... January 18, 2021 - By Mark Maslin Law Intellectual Property Amazon Platforms Have Landed on U.S. Government’s “Notorious Markets” List for a Second Year For the second year in a row, a number of international Amazon sites have been included on an official U.S. government intellec ... January 18, 2021 - By TFL Law DMH is Waging a Trademark Infringement, Dilution Case Against Sellers of Lookalike Face Shields DMH Aesthetics is not only taking on rival Goodskin Clinic in a trademark case over an LED light-lined face shield, the medical ... January 18, 2021 - By TFL Law As Fashion Embraces ESG, There Are Some Critical Legal Issues at Play Consumers are increasingly expecting their favorite companies to prioritize – and publicize – Environmental, Social, and Co ... 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In a petiti ... January 13, 2021 - By TFL FEATURED ARTICLE " A big part of the significance here stems from the ability of a company as young as Glossier to amass consumer recognition in an element of its branding. " Read More Latest News Law Valentino: Mario Valentino’s Contributory Liability Counterclaims Should be Tossed Out Valentino wants a handful of the claims that the similarly-named Mario Valentino filed against it tossed out of court. In a ... January 13, 2021 - By TFL Business From China to Luxury Goods Sales: How the World Economy is Expected to Perform in 2021 The coronavirus has crippled the world economy. Global GDP suffered its sharpest drop since the end of the second world ... January 12, 2021 - By Steve Schifferes Law Smiley Face Trademark Opposition Set Aside as Nirvana LLC, Marc Jacobs Battle Over the Group’s Graphic in Court Almost two years after Nirvana LLC lodged a trademark and copyright lawsuit against Marc Jacobs, the fashion brand initiated a ... January 12, 2021 - By TFL Law Intellectual Property Off-White Doubles Down on Quotations, Files Trademark Application for “For Walking” Off-White is doubling-down on the argument that its use of quotation marks acts as an indicator of source in the same way as ... January 11, 2021 - By TFL Business China is Pushing to Control Big Tech, With E-Commerce Giants Coming Under the Microscope Jack Ma has allegedly fallen out with the Beijing government. Several recent articles have reported that Mr. Ma ... January 11, 2021 - By Mark Greeven Business A Tidal Wave of Buyouts is Coming in 2021. Here is What That Means LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton completed its $15.8 billion mega-deal to buy famous American jewelry giant Tiffany & Co. ... January 8, 2021 - By Patrick Reinmoeller Law Court Shoots Down Khloe Kardashian, Good American’s anti-SLAPP Motion in Dbleudazzled Bodysuit Case Khloe Kardashian and her label Good American were handed a striking loss late last month, with a California state court shutting ... January 8, 2021 - By TFL Business U.S. Walks Back on 25 Percent Tariff Slated to Apply to $1.3 Billion in French Handbags, Cosmetics The U.S. has walked back on plans to levy an import tax on French luxury goods at the last minute. In a statement on Thursday, ... January 8, 2021 - By TFL Business Tiffany & Co. v. LVMH: The Timeline Behind Luxury’s Biggest Deal to Date On November 24, 2019, the powers that be at LVMH Moët Hennessy-Louis Vuitton and Tiffany & Co. respectively signed off on ... January 7, 2021 - By TFL Law COVID-19 Immunity Passports are Tempting Consumers, Businesses, But What Are the Legal Issues at Play? As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to wreak havoc across the globe, a handful of countries, including Germany, Chile and the ... January 7, 2021 - By Seema Mohapatra Law The Great Eros Responds to WeWoreWhat’s Lawsuit, Says Influencer Brand Did Infringe its Copyright The Great Eros has responded to the headline-making lawsuit that WeWoreWhat initiated against it this fall. In the answer that it ... January 7, 2021 - By TFL Business Failed Billie, P&G Deal Highlights DTC Double-Edged Sword: The Power and Pitfalls of Innovative Marketing and Pricing Procter & Gamble and Billie have called off their previously-announced merger on the heels of the Federal Trade Commission ... January 6, 2021 - By TFL Law Intellectual Property Louis Vuitton, Nike, Michael Kors Among Brands Linked to Large-Scale Counterfeit Busts in Annual U.S. IP Report The effects of COVID-19 took center stage in the Annual Intellectual Property Report that U.S. Intellectual Property Enforcement ... January 6, 2021 - By TFL Law From Spats Over Instagram Images to the Enduring Resale Wars, These Are Some of the Cases to Watch for in 2021 From lawsuits over the unauthorized use of others’ imagery by brands like Volvo and famous figures like Emily Ratajkowski, and ... January 5, 2021 - By TFL Business Amid Pending Lawsuits Over Kardashian-Jenner Deals, Coty Finalizes Purchase of 20 Percent Stake in KKW Beauty Coty’s tie-up with Kim Kardashian’s KKW Beauty is official, the beauty giant revealed on Tuesday, announcing that it has ... January 5, 2021 - By TFL Law Afters Ice Cream Responds to Off-White Lawsuit, Claims “Off-Diet” Tees and Other Merch is Parody The lawsuit that Off-White filed against Afters Ice Cream in November appears to be an interesting parody case in the making. The ... January 4, 2021 - By TFL Law As Amazon, Valentino Settle Counterfeiting Suit, a Look at Liability in the Internet Age Amazon garnered attention this summer when it teamed up with Valentino S.p.A. to file suit over the sale of counterfeit goods on ... January 4, 2021 - By TFL Law As Alexander Wang Accusers Speak Out, Will They Band Together and Sue? Alexander Wang is dead-smack at the center of the fashion industry’s latest round of allegations of sexual assault. The ... January 2, 2021 - By TFL Fashion 15 of Our Favorite Long(er)reads of 2020 From the story of how World War II shortages, including those for product packaging supplies, led to the birth and larger rise of ... December 31, 2020 - By TFL Culture What Does Instagram’s Shopping-Centric Redesign Mean for Users and their Information? Recently, when I opened Instagram, I noticed that the usual spot for checking notifications is now a Shop tab. The Instagram blog ... 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