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Mon Dieu: Chanel Accused of Counterfeiting

By Ashlee Froese of Gilbert's LLP France is known for its fashion. Perhaps more importantly within the fashion world, France is known as being one of the last remaining champions of the petites mains : highly skilled tailors and seamstresses that are the "behind the scenes" technicians...

Christian Louboutin v. Yves Saint Laurent - No End to Their Trademark Battle Over the Color Red?

Red M&Ms, red Crayolas red Porsches - let's hope they never end. But what about the famous red shoe battle between designers Christian Louboutin and Yves Saint Laurent? You thought there was an end to that red dispute, right? You might be wrong. As reported by Law360 , the USPTO recently...

Fashion Giant American Eagle Seeks to Reign in Cab Company’s Use of Eagle Mark

Under federal law , a person can't own an eagle. In fact, a person can't even own the feather from an eagle. Federal law notwithstanding, nothing prevents a person from owning the representation of an eagle, which is what American Eagle, the fashion company, has done. American Eagle owns...

Canada Fashion Law - Mon Dieu: Canada est Bilingue!

By Ashlee Froese of Gilbert's LLP It's a good thing that old Montreal is so darned charming because doing business there can cause some retailers a headache! When launching a product or business in Canada it is important to remember that Canada is a bilingual country. And it can be a PR and...

Bundle Up – Litigation Can Be Chilly

A potentially big Canadian fashion law dispute caught our attention last week and we couldn’t wait to tell you all about it. Canada Goose is taking on Sears Canada over Sears’ sale of allegedly infringing jackets. Below is a summary of Canada Goose’s claims against Sears: - Canada...