Perspectives on Fashion & Retail Law
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The Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office has ordered Kanye West’s Yeezy brand to pay $950,000 to settle a class action lawsuit claiming that the brand’s delayed shipping, and lack of notice thereof, is a violation of California’s 30-day shipping rules.
The United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit recently affirmed a decision by the District Court for the Southern District of New York, finding that refurbished antique watches retaining an original manufacturer’s trademark and sold by a third-party defendant were not infringing.
On Notice: FTC Threatens Significant Fines Against Advertisers Who Violate Endorsement and Testimonial Guidance
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) on October 13, 2021, warned 700 major consumer products companies and national advertisers that any future violations of the FTC’s endorsement and testimonial guidance could result in civil fines of up to $43,792 per incident. While the notices do not allege a
The renowned theoretical physicist Dr. Michio Kaku joins Fox Forum to discuss immortality, time travel, whether we are living in a simulation, string theory, when AI and the robots will take over, and the inventions that could change our lives.
Arent Fox Firmwide Managing Partner Cristina A. Carvalho has once again been selected by Washingtonian magazine as one of the "Most Powerful Women in Washington."
A federal district court judge recently refused to dismiss a trademark infringement claim against an influencer engaged by Rodan & Fields to promote one of its new cosmetic products. Notably, the infringement claim targets the influencer’s use of the brand’s allegedly infringing mark.
The sharp increase in deal volume and consumer demand, coupled with an uncertain regulatory future and the lack of a developed market framework for dealmaking all combine to create a potent risk/reward cocktail for brands and sports teams looking to launch NFT programs.
Fashion House Sues Kendall Jenner for Failing to Appear at a Photoshoot During the COVID-19 Pandemic
On August 2, 2021, the Italian fashion brand Liu Jo filed a lawsuit in the Southern District of New York against model Kendall Jenner for $1.8 million, alleging that Jenner breached the terms of her modeling agreement by failing to reschedule a photoshoot that was postponed due to COVID-19 travel re
The fashion industry is known for taking creative risks, so it is understandable that the industry is taking its next steps—literally—out of this world. Big name labels and innovative fashion start-ups are setting their sights on the so-called “Metaverse,” a persistent, digital universe that transce
BIPA, the frequently used basis for class action lawsuits in connection with facial recognition, fingerprint, and other technologies is once again serving as the basis for two recently filed suits.
Certain foreign entrepreneurs can now enter the US under the re-launched International Entrepreneur Rule to pursue and build new business opportunities in the United States.
As the world looks to move forward with employees either returning to the workplace or staying remote, there are a host of new laws and regulations that need to be understood and complied with. This timely webinar is co-sponsored by the Metropolitan Black Bar Association's Labor and Employment Secti
Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business has recognized 42 Arent Fox LLP attorneys as leaders in their field.
In this video episode of Fashion Counsel, Arent Fox Fashion & Retail Leader Anthony V. Lupo sits down with CFDA Award-winning and LVMH Prize semi-finalist Christopher John Rogers to discuss how COVID impacted his designs, styling celebrities, and his most recent award recognition.
In this video episode of Fashion Counsel, Arent Fox Fashion & Retail Leader Anthony V. Lupo sits down with CFDA Award-winning and LVMH Prize semi-finalist Christopher John Rogers to discuss his background, how he became the designer he is today, and what inspires him.
After much media hype, Nike Inc. has settled a trademark dispute with the artist collective, MSCHF Product Studio, Inc., over claims that MSCHF deceived consumers into believing that Nike is affiliated with the collective’s “Satan Shoes.”
It’s Not Easy Being Green: Companies Need to Be Careful Making Sustainability and Green Claims Without Substantiation
In an attempt to align with their clients’ values, a growing number of businesses are selling products that are “ethically” sourced or “sustainable.”
It’s Not Easy Being Green: Fashion Companies Need To Be Careful Making Sustainability and Green Claims Without Substantiation
In an attempt to align with their clients' values, fashion companies have tried to manufacture and produce clothing that is ethically made and sustainable.
With so much uncertainty, many brands are opting for a wait-and-see approach to social media advertising, though the approaches differ considerably from platform to platform.
Linda M. Jackson, Alexander H. Spiegler, Allan E. Anderson, Sara T. Schneider, Lauren C. Schaefer, Jake Christensen, Alexandra M. Romero, Nadia Patel, Morgan R. Pankow, Natalie C. Kreeger, Tenese L. Lockhart
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CBP Issues FAQs on Xinjiang Forced Labor, Apparel & Tomato Importers Due Diligence Required to Avoid Exclusion of Goods
Companies in the fashion, luxury, and agricultural spaces should take action in response to the forced labor supply chain due diligence requirements.
Arent Fox LLP is proud to announce that Partner Anthony V. Lupo has been selected as the fourth Chair in the firm’s 79-year history. A go-to business advisor, Anthony advises some of the world’s top companies in the entertainment, retail, and technology industries.