Law students and other members of the
legal community gathered on November 10, 2011 at Fordham Law School to hear
about the legal issues and ethical ramifications surrounding the diamond
industry. The event, "Nice Ice: Ethical Alternatives to...
Last night, members
of the fashion and trademark law community gathered at the New York Bar
Association to discuss their experiences in the field, as well as provide tips
and strategies for getting started in the industry. The six member panel, led...
Oakley, Inc. and its subsidiary Oakley Sales Corp. have brought suit in the Central
District of California against BHM Golf, an Illinois sole proprietorship that
sells sports apparel and accessories. Among
claims of breach of contract and an order...
Coach commenced two separate actions against Barry Leather Inc. and Touba
Darusslamm. The complaints, both filed
in the Southern District of New York, allege federal trademark and trade dress
infringement, federal copyright infringement...
Unlike trademark or copyright enforcement actions, patent litigation is
usually not the route apparel companies take to protect their designs. Stretchline Intellectual Properties Ltd., a manufacturer and
distributor of textiles, has bucked this trend...
Tuesday, Cartier commenced litigation against HauteLook, Inc. for false advertising and
unfair competition, trademark infringement and dilution, and related claims arising under New York State and common law. Cartier seeks injunctive relief and...
the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit heard oral arguments in the
case of Stauffer v. Brooks
Brothers, Inc. , Nos. 09-1428 et
al. The court must decide whether appellant Stauffer has standing to sue
the apparel company for...