This is getting UGLY!
A month ago, Tory Burch's ex-husband, Christopher Burch and his companies filed a suit against the designer, her board members and equity firm, but now, she has some words for him!!
Tory filed her court papers on Monday claiming Burch used info from her label to create his brand, C. Wonder, and that the allegations of interference with the sale process in his 28.3 percent stake in the company is his fault.
Since Chris created C. Wonder last year, the deal which is called, Project Amethyst, kicked the bucket because
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Shoe designer Jeffrey Campbell is suing the copycat pants off Forever 21 for knocking off SIX pairs of his shoes.
We can understand one, but six? That's a little excessive.
Campbell claims in his lawsuit filed last month in California, the retailer's "intentional copying violates federal and state unfair competition laws".
It's unclear how much money Jeffrey is seeking, but we're sure he'll want to be compensated for the ones sold and the rest destroyed.
FYI: Jeffrey Campbell's shoe is on the left, Forever 21's on the right.
[Image courtesy of Jeffrey Campbell / Forever 21.]
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Velour tracksuit makers Juicy Couture is suing premium outerwear maker Jesus Juice Coature and its all over their font.
According to court documents, Juicy believes Jesus Juice is "unfair competition" because they use a similar gothic J, which apparently classifies as a trademark infringement.
Sounds a little ridiculous.
Besides, who in their right mind would confuse the two???
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