Perspectives on Fashion & Retail
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The Trump Administration did an about-face over the weekend, announcing that the sweeping 25 percent tariffs on products imported from China were placed on hold, as the two countries try to iron out a deal that would avoid the impending trade war.
In this video episode of Fashion Counsel, Arent Fox Partner Anthony Lupo discusses Halston's iconic “bigger than life” style evolution with General Counsel Jenny RIm.
Anthony Lupo and Richard Brand: What Retailers Can Learn from Sports Naming Rights & Sponsorship Deals
In this video episode of Fashion Counsel, Anthony Lupo and Richard Brand discuss the issues and opportunities in naming rights and sponsorships.
The FTC announced a proposed settlement of another "Made in USA" enforcement action, and in response, an industry trade association requested policy changes.
The federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) requires that employers pay overtime based on an employee’s “regular rate” of pay.
The German Federal Court of Justice upheld a finding that sporting goods company ASICS cannot prohibit its dealers from using online price comparison engines.
SDNY has ruled that embedding a copyrighted photo that had been posted to Twitter constituted copyright infringement.
In this video episode of Fashion Counsel, Arent Fox Partner Anthony Lupo discusses Lacoste's style evolution with Deputy General Counsel Laurent Chedru.
The US House of Representatives has passed legislation that would amend the Americans with Disabilities Act in an effort to stem “drive-by” lawsuits.
Forbes Interviews Anthony Lupo on Arent Fox’s Leading Fashion Law Practice & Why It’s Second to None
In a Forbes interview, Fashion leader Anthony Lupo touched on a number of topics, including the state of the fashion industry and evolving client expectations.
This analysis will help retailers, creditors, vendors, and opportunistic investors who are poised to take advantage of the recent trend in bankruptcy cases.
Fashion Law leader Anthony Lupo spoke with WWD on a recent trend by companies to bring provocative (and critical) social media voices into their fold.
The DOL will adopt the “primary beneficiary” test endorsed by those courts in evaluating internships sponsored by private employers.
The US Court of Appeals ruled that Lanham Act’s statutory ban on “immoral or scandalous” trademarks violates the First Amendment and is thus unconstitutional.
NLRB recently overturned a case that had established a standard for evaluating the legality of employer handbook policies.
FDA withdraw withdrew Import Alert 66-38, “Skin Care Products labeled as Anti-Aging Creams” (IA 66-38).
In this episode of Fashion Counsel, Anthony Lupo and Aram Ordubegian discuss the different routes a struggling retailer can take when facing bankruptcy.
Online arbitration provision for a web-based application is enforceable, reversing a lower court decision and essentially blocking a proposed class action.