Fashion Counsel

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In this video episode of Fashion Counsel, Arent Fox Partner Anthony Lupo and WWD Reporter Kali Hays discuss how media has evolved over the past year.
On December 14, 2018, a new bag ordinance in Boston will require all retail stores to stop providing free plastic bags. Given this, retailers in the area should prepare by purchasing appropriate bags and posting a notice at checkout.
Last week, the Supreme Court heard arguments in Lamps Plus, Inc. v. Frank Varela, a case with major implications for companies seeking to avoid class arbitration.
Retailers across the country are paying close attention to a series of legal battles over state laws that prohibit merchants from charging an extra fee to consumers who pay by credit card.
Starting on January 1, 2020, fashion and retail companies from around the world will need to comply with the strongest online privacy law in the United States, the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018.
Earlier this year, San Francisco lawmakers voted to ban the sale of fur in the city, making it the largest city in the United States to do so.
In this video episode of Fashion Counsel, Arent Fox Partner Anthony Lupo and Social Media Influencer Jeremy Fragrance discuss industry trends and branding.
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.
Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business has recognized 30 Arent Fox LLP attorneys as leaders in their field.
In this video episode of Fashion Counsel, Anthony Lupo and Richard Brand discuss the issues and opportunities in naming rights and sponsorships.
On March 20, 2018, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors voted to ban the sale of fur in the city, making it the largest city in the United States to do so.
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.
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 US Court of Appeals ruled that Lanham Act’s statutory ban on “immoral or scandalous” trademarks violates the First Amendment and is thus unconstitutional.
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.
Retailers should be paying close attention to tax reform and possible implications for the fashion industry.
Ice cream truck franchising company, Mister Softee Inc., recently filed suit against a former franchisee claiming trademark infringement and unfair competition.
In April 2016, we issued an alert regarding a California Superior Court’s summary judgment ruling against a retailer on claims that its website violated the Americans with Disabilities Act.