Mayfair House, a multi-line apparel, accessories, home-décor and gift retailer in West Hollywood, Calif., has filed a lawsuit against the city of West Hollywood over its recently enacted ban on the sale of apparel made with fur.
Wildfox CEO Calls Sexual-Exploitation Lawsuit ‘Baseless’ Attempt to Garner ‘Large Financial Settlement’
Jimmy Sommers, chief executive officer of the prominent Los Angeles–headquartered Wildfox Couture LLC fashion label, refuted charges in a sexual-exploitation case that was filed against him in U.S. District Court in Los Angeles. No court date has been scheduled for the case.
Wildfox CEO Calls Sexual-Exploitation Lawsuit 'Baseless' Attempt to Garner 'Large Financial Settlement'
Jimmy Sommers, chief executive officer of Wildfox Couture LLC, refuted charges in a sexual exploitation case that was filed against him in U.S. District Court in Los Angeles.
Jimmy Sommers, chief executive officer of the prominent Wildfox Couture LLC label, headquartered in Los Angeles, has been sued by a Florida woman who alleges Sommers offered fraudulent promises of employment in exchange for sex.
Apparel-industry veterans Ben Seigel and Robert Ezra have launched a mediation business tailor-made for the apparel and textile industry.
Surfwear giant Quiksilver splashed and crashed in a trademark infringement case that pitted its relatively new VSTR apparel line promoted by surfer Kelly Slater against a similar clothing label called Visitor.
A downtown Los Angeles apparel contractor has been hit with a $282,582 citation
Singer Joan Jett filed suit against Hot Topic over the teen retailer’s Blackheart lingerie collection.
Forever 21 Inc. has dismissed Damo Textile in its case against several jobbers and off price retailers
Guess Inc. has won the second round in a series of trademark cases it has been battling with Gucci.
Los Angeles fast-fashion retailer Forever 21 is suing several jobbers and discount apparel stores in a case that could have resounding effects on the off-price merchandise market.
As social media becomes more commonplace, a blurry line has formed between employees’ permissible use of sites such as Instagram, Facebook and Twitter to discuss work-related issues and employers’ policies regarding discussing company matters in online public forums.
After deliberating for one day, a jury ruled on March 25 that StudioCLmust pay a Chinese manufacturer more than $400,000 for money the Los Angeles apparel maker still owes the garment factory.
California companies are required to have programs in place to reduce workplace injuries to comply with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration Injury and Illness Prevention Program, which is currently under review for a second phase of the program.
For more than 15 years, Los Angeles apparel manufacturers Carole Little and Leonard Rabinowitz bought tops, sweaters and dresses from a Hong Kong manufacturer they considered a reliable source.