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Retailers Make Their Mark: Québec Court Sides with Retailers on the Use of Trade-Marks in Public Signage and Commercial...

In a significant decision released on April 9, 2014, the Superior Court of Québec held that the Québec Charter of the French Language (the Charter) does not require non-French trade-marks appearing on public signage be...more

Advertising In France Parlez-Vous Français?

The 20th anniversary of the French Language Act (Loi Toubon) of 4 August 1994 is a good occasion to examine the applicable rules when advertising in France. Such requirements are of particular interest for the fashion, retail...more

Law À La Mode - Issue 12 – Winter 2013/14 (Global)

In This Issue: - Mandatory Employment Of Women In Retail Stores In Saudi Arabia: Key points for complying with the new requirements for retailers to employ women in female-oriented stores - No Logo Required:...more

August 2013: Class Action Litigation Update - Retail Pricing: The New Class Action Beachhead.

“Labels matter.” With those two words, penned in Kwikset v. Superior Court, 51 Cal. 4th 310 (2011), the California Supreme Court opened up a new frontier for class actions against product manufacturers and retailers. Any...more

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