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Anthony V. Lupo
In this video episode of Fashion Counsel, Arent Fox Fashion & Retail Practice Leader Anthony V. Lupo discusses lessons learned from COVID-19 with Eduardo Perez, CFO of Saint Laurent, Donatella Bordignon, CFO of Alexander Wang, and Richard Naranjo, VP Shared Financial Services of Kering Americas.
Anthony V. Lupo, Steven A. Cohen, Luna M. Samman, Michael T. Kelly, Dan Jasnow
Last week, electric automaker Tesla, Inc. launched its own brand of liquor, “Tesla Tequila,” with supplies selling out almost instantaneously. A team from Arent Fox advised Tesla on all legal aspects.
Anthony V. Lupo
In this video episode of Fashion Counsel, Arent Fox Fashion & Retail Practice Leader Anthony V. Lupo discusses lessons learned from COVID-19 with Eduardo Perez, CFO of Saint Laurent, Donatella Bordignon, CFO of Alexander Wang, and Richard Naranjo, VP Shared Financial Services of Kering Americas.
Michelle Mancino Marsh, Natasha Sardesai-Grant
It has been over six years since Converse first filed its headline-grabbing International Trade Commission complaint against over thirty rival footwear companies, claiming infringement of its Chuck Taylor sneaker design.
Anthony V. Lupo, Katie Heilman, Elizabeth Satarov
The Bank of China and four other Chinese banks (the Banks) are urging the Second Circuit to reject a requested $150 million contempt sanction for allegedly perpetuating the sale of counterfeit Nike and Converse products by failing to freeze assets of counterfeit sellers.
Anthony V. Lupo, Randall A. Brater, Laura Zell
The Southern District of New York recently ruled against fashion designer, Elie Tahari, Ltd. (Tahari), in a copyright lawsuit over Tahari’s unauthorized post of an image to social media. 
Arent Fox is pleased to announce the expansion of its Fashion & Retail practice with the addition of Partner James Williams in Los Angeles.
Anthony V. Lupo, Eva J. Pulliam, Matthew R. Mills, Kelli Scheid Smith, Dan Jasnow, Megan A. Rzonca
According to the United Nations, 127 countries have passed regulations on single-use plastic bags in an effort to incentivize consumers to use reusable bags when shopping.
Anthony V. Lupo, David R. Hamill, David Salkeld, Natan P.L. Tubman
On September 14, 2020, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) through Customs and Border Protection (CBP) issued new withhold release orders (WRO) aimed at entities involved in the importation, downstream manufacturing, and/or sale of certain apparel, cotton, hair products, and computer parts.
Anthony V. Lupo, Matthew R. Mills, B. Thorne Maginnis, Megan A. Rzonca
As online shopping picked up during the COVID-19 pandemic due to brick-and-mortar closures, so too have questions about liability for online marketplaces.
Anthony V. Lupo
In this video episode of Fashion Counsel, Arent Fox Fashion & Retail Practice Leader Anthony V. Lupo talks about the retail crisis with WWD Executive Editor Arthur Zaczkiewicz. 
Anthony V. Lupo, Kay C. Georgi, David Salkeld, Matthew Tuchband
There is a risk that garments made from cotton produced by XPCC could be subject to a Customs and Border Protection withhold release orders.
David Salkeld, Natan P.L. Tubman
Under the TFTEA, CBP has taken an increasingly enforcement-minded posture to prevent and penalize the importation of goods produced using forced labor into the United States.
David Salkeld, Natan P.L. Tubman
Because of the time needed to mark, pack, and ship goods from Hong Kong to the US, it is imperative that importers act quickly to ensure compliance with this new requirement.
Anthony V. Lupo, Michael L. Stevens, Jeffrey B. Weston
After nearly nine years of litigation, Burlington Coat Factory agreed to pay $19.6 million to end a collective action and a putative class action alleging claims for misclassification and unpaid overtime wages.
David Salkeld
On July 16, 2020, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) published a proposed rule for “Made in the USA” (MUSA) claims for labels in the United States.
Anthony V. Lupo
In this video episode of Fashion Counsel, Arent Fox Fashion & Retail Practice Leader Anthony V. Lupo talks about the retail crisis with WWD Executive Editor Arthur Zaczkiewicz. 
Arent Fox’s Fashion & Retail group, led by Partners Anthony V. Lupo, Michelle Mancino Marsh, and Katie Heilman, are representing Maison Valentino Italian and Amazon.com in a joint lawsuit against Kaitlyn Pan Group, LLC and New York resident Hao Pan.
Anthony V. Lupo, Ricardo Fischer, Amy (Salomon) McFarland, Laura Zell
Earlier this month, the Supreme Court unanimously sided with fashion brand Lucky Brand Dungarees, Inc. (LB) resolving its decades-old dispute with Marcel Fashion Group, Inc. (Marcel). 
Marwa M. Hassoun, Lynn R. Fiorentino, Shelby A. Cummings
After nearly six weeks of requiring California residents to shelter in place, on April 28, 2020, California Governor Gavin Newsom announced a new four-stage plan for reopening California, however, he did not provide specifics on when each phase would begin.
Anthony V. Lupo, Michael L. Stevens, Robert J. Ernest, Megan A. Rzonca
As government officials begin to discuss reopening the economy, apparel brands should think about what preventative measures need to be implemented prior to reopening their retail locations across the country.
Anthony V. Lupo, Michael L. Stevens, Robert J. Ernest
In this video episode of Fashion Counsel, Arent Fox Fashion & Retail Practice Leader Anthony V. Lupo, Arent Fox Labor & Employment Practice Leader Michael L. Stevens, and Arent Fox Partner Robert J. Ernest discuss the top issues fashion and retail companies need to think about before reopening.
Anthony V. Lupo, Matthew R. Mills, Dan Jasnow
During a time of financial uncertainty and fear for public health, many companies are stepping up to donate time and funds to industries and workers who are on the font-lines. But as clothing brand Draper James recently discovered, good intentions don’t always lead to good outcomes.
Paul R. Lynd, Jeffrey B. Weston
Complying with California’s wage and hour rules can be hard in ordinary times. Now, along with the many challenges that the COVID-19 emergency poses, California employers may face new situations and issues. 
Henry Morris, Jr., Michael L. Stevens, Linda M. Jackson, Shelby A. Cummings
On March 10, the Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division issued guidelines that address many Fair Labor Standards Act issues that have arisen due to the COVID 19 pandemic. This Alert identifies some of the highlights.