Five Fashion Law Must Reads for the Weekend
Curl up with your tablet and check out the chicest news stories in the media this week!
Madewell, J. Crew’s smaller but fast-growing hipster brand, is recalling about 50,900 pairs of sandals in the United States and Canada because they may cause wearers to trip and fall.
Forget fringe. Accepting an unpaid internship and then suing after its completion for unpaid wages and overtime compensation is the newest movement in fashion and, as it turns out, Ashley Olsen and Mary-Kate Olsen’s award-winning brand, The Row, is right on trend.
Past Guest Post author, Fashion Blawger, responds to Hang 2 Dry’s comments about its “Beachkin” bag that appears very similar to the Birkin.
15 SIGNS THAT YOU’RE A FASHION LAWYER WANNABE via Fashion Law Mapping
If you’re a law student with a “passion for fashion”, this could be you.
Time Inc., Hearst Prevail in High Stakes Antitrust Lawsuit via Women’s Wear Daily
A group of magazine publishers, including Time Inc., Hearst Corp., American Media Inc., Rodale Inc., won a longstanding antitrust case filed by wholesaler Anderson News LLC.