Law Amazon Files Another Joint Counterfeit Suit, This Time With KF Beauty Just two months after teaming up with Valentino to file a counterfeit lawsuit against sellers on its marketplace platform, Amazon ... August 14, 2020 - By TFL Law The Enduring Appeal of the Cartier Love Bracelet and the Legal Protections Behind It One of the most – if not the most – sought-after Cartier bracelet style is held together by two little screws that, when ti ... August 14, 2020 - By TFL Law Facebook is Allegedly Collecting, Sharing Instagram Users’ Biometric Data Without Their Consent TikTok is not the only social media platform allegedly collecting and storing users’ biometric data – including their facep ... August 13, 2020 - By TFL Law Khloe Kardashian, Good American Push Back Against Dbleudazzled’s “Smear Campaign” With Anti-SLAPP Motion On the heels of being slapped with a $10 million trade dress infringement, fraud, and unfair competition lawsuit in May by burg ... August 13, 2020 - By TFL Law With 7 New Lawsuits, Chrome Hearts is Sending a Message to Trademark Infringers Chrome Hearts is sending a message to companies that are making use of certain, stylized horseshoes and Celtic crosses: Don’t ... August 12, 2020 - By TFL Law “What Constitutes Infringement?” is the Question at the Center of Latest Chanel v. WGACA Clash In March 2018, Chanel filed suit against What Goes Around Comes Around (“WGACA”) in a New York federal court. The Paris-bas ... August 12, 2020 - By TFL Law Intellectual Property In New Trademark Filing, Valentino Says Rockstud Pump is Just as Famous as Louboutin’s Red Sole Despite selling out “every year” since their debut in 2010 and generating over $152 million in sales for Valentino between ... August 11, 2020 - By TFL Business Consumers Fleeing Cities Amid COVID-19 Had an Impact on The RealReal’s Q2 Supply With months-long store closures happening across the globe and drastic declines in spending on most non-essential items underwa ... August 11, 2020 - By TFL FEATURED ARTICLE " Look beyond high fashion's shift from stylized marks to an overload of bold, geometric sans-serif fonts, and websites are on something of a similar journey. " Read More Latest News Law Brands Should Think Twice Before Marketing “Anti-Viral” Apparel Lorna Jane recently introduced an “anti-viral” line of its activewear, called LJ Shield. The launch by the Brisane, ... August 10, 2020 - By TFL Business LVMH Chairman Bernard Arnault’s Net Worth Down by $25.1 Billion in 2020 Reliance Industries chairman Mukesh Ambani has claimed the number 4 spot on the “World’s Richest” list. In recent weeks, ... August 10, 2020 - By TFL Culture E-Commerce, Social Media, and the Art of Online Brand Protection Controlling the unauthorized online use of your brand’s most valuable assets can be a daunting task. Brand owners have ... August 10, 2020 - By TFL Law Intellectual Property Dior Fails to Block “Pretty Savage” Trademark in UK, Despite Alleged Similarity to its “Sauvage” Mark Christian Dior has been handed a loss in its attempt to block another party’s “confusingly similar” trademark from being ... August 10, 2020 - By TFL Business Why Hairdressers, Retailers & the Trump Campaign Are Making People Sign COVID-19 Waivers Americans venturing out to salons and gyms after weeks sheltering in place will have to learn a new ritual: signing away their ... August 7, 2020 - By TFL Law Chrome Hearts is Suing Fashion Nova for Allegedly Hijacking its Horseshoe Trademarks Fashion Nova is on the hook for selling wares that allegedly infringe Chrome Hearts’ trademarks. On the heels of settling the ... August 7, 2020 - By TFL Business The Gender Pay Gap That No One Is Paying Attention To That women are paid less than male colleagues is a stubborn fact in the U.S. workplace. As of July, women earned 84 cents ... August 7, 2020 - By TFL Law Intellectual Property ASICS Beats Out Chinese Sportswear Co. That Put its Logo on Sneakers and Patented Them ASICS has landed a win in an ongoing fight against the Chinese sportswear company that hijacked its famed stripes motif for its ... August 6, 2020 - By TFL Business From Amazon’s Marketplace to Chinese Titans: Lawmakers Are Keen to Break Up Big Tech Big tech is back in the spotlight. The chief executives of Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google testified before ... August 6, 2020 - By TFL Law Lashify Files Patent Infringement Lawsuit Over “Dupe” Lash Extension Kit A battle over fake eyelashes has erupted between luxury lash company Lashify and an at-home-beauty entity that has allegedly ... August 6, 2020 - By TFL Business L’Oreal’s Medical Info Request Sheds Light on What Returning to Work Amid COVID-19 Means for Employers If you are an employee of L’Oreal USA, and want to work from home in light of the enduring spread of COVID-19, you might be in ... August 5, 2020 - By TFL Law Coty and Kylie Say Legal Battle with Seed Beauty Should Go to Arbitration Coty and Kylie Jenner want the trade secret misappropriation and tortious interference lawsuit that Seed Beauty filed against ... August 5, 2020 - By TFL Law Intellectual Property From Trademarks to Proprietary Information, How Startups Can Protect The Most Valuable Aspects of Their Business Some of the most valuable assets of businesses within the fashion and luxury spaces (and beyond) are their innovative and ... August 4, 2020 - By TFL Law How Does the FTC’s Proposed New “Made in USA” Rule Work? In Europe, many of fashion and luxury’s biggest names benefit from little legal loopholes that enable them to use certain ... August 4, 2020 - By TFL Business From Groceries to Gucci: What Does Retail in China Look Like Post-COVID? Retail has been among the most heavily-impacted sectors across the globe as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. As the epicenter ... August 3, 2020 - By TFL Business Lord & Taylor and Owner Le Tote Are the Latest Names on the Growing List of COVID-19 Retail Bankruptcies Lord & Taylor, one of the oldest departments stores in the U.S., filed for bankruptcy protection with the U. ... August 3, 2020 - By TFL Law Photo Agencies Hit Back Against Paper Mag “Hostage” Instagram Account Fight With a Lawsuit of Their Own On the heels of Paper magazine’s parent company initiating a legal battle with a photo tech company and a handful of the ... August 3, 2020 - By TFL Business Retail Woes: A Running List of Fashion Bankruptcies On the heels of an array of retail bankruptcy filings in 2016, New York-based designer Bibhu Mohapatra and retailers The Limited, ... August 3, 2020 - By TFL Law A German Court Sides with Influencer Over Undisclosed But “Obviously” Commercial Instagram Posts A heavily-followed influencer’s audience knows that her Instagram posts are commercial in nature, thereby, removing the need ... July 31, 2020 - By TFL Law Fashion Names Come Up as New York Court Unseals More Ghislaine Maxwell Documents Judge Loretta Preska denied Ghislaine Maxwell’s request to block the release of documentation this week that serves to ... July 31, 2020 - By TFL Law Intellectual Property Forget Real Estate and Inventory, IP Continues to Be a Big Draw for Bankruptcy Bidders From Neiman Marcus and Barneys New York to J. Crew and Brooks Brothers, big-name bankruptcies have made headlines with increasing ... July 30, 2020 - By TFL Business Hermès Remains the “Most Resilient Player in Luxury,” Despite Q2 Sales Drop Analysts are calling Hermès “the most resilient player in the luxury goods space” on the heels of the company reporting ... July 30, 2020 - By TFL Law Neiman Marcus Creditors Claim that Retailer Inflated its Valuation by $3.1 Billion Ahead of MyTheresa Transfer Neiman Marcus has been busy making headlines this week in connection with the announcement that it will permanently close a ... July 29, 2020 - By TFL Business Jeff Bezos “Can’t Guarantee” that Amazon’s Policy Against Using Seller Data to Boost its Private Labels Has Not Been Violated Amazon has a policy against using seller-specific data to “aid [its’] private label business,” but Jeff Bezos said on ... July 29, 2020 - By TFL Culture What Brands Need to Be Thinking About Amid the Mass Migration to Digital The fear of missing out in the midst of continued COVID-19 lockdowns has become very real, especially for brands that have ... July 29, 2020 - By TFL Read More SUBSCRIPTION Find out what’s new in the world of Fashion and Law Discover our Newsletter Email* NameThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged. 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