Perspectives on E-Commerce, Online Distribution & Fulfillment
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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.
The German Federal Court of Justice upheld a finding that sporting goods company ASICS cannot prohibit its dealers from using online price comparison engines.
The US House of Representatives has passed legislation that would amend the Americans with Disabilities Act in an effort to stem “drive-by” lawsuits.
Online arbitration provision for a web-based application is enforceable, reversing a lower court decision and essentially blocking a proposed class action.
Omaha Steaks International Inc. recently became the target of a proposed class action lawsuit, in which the company is accused of charging unreasonable shipping fees that were excessive compared to the company’s actual costs.
Under a proposed EU regulation, online retail companies in Europe may no longer be able to use geo-tracking in online shopping.
On March 18, retailer Sears Holdings Corp. was hit with a $5.5 million lawsuit in Illinois’ Cook County Circuit Court by clothing company Sprockets Clothing Inc. (which is now known as SCI Apparel Inc.).
Costco Wholesale Corporation recently moved to dismiss a class action lawsuit alleging that the discount retailer printed more than the last five digits of a customer’s credit card number on her receipt, in violation of the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act.
Amazon.com, Inc. recently moved for partial summary judgment in lawsuit brought by the FTC alleging the company unfairly billed users for "in-app purchases."
As 2016 gets underway, companies should be mindful that regulators are paying close attention to automatic recurring debit transactions.
A California appeals court recently held in Ambers v. Beverages & More, Inc. that retailers are permitted under state law to request customers’ personal information when goods are purchased online but picked up in person.
The Telephone Consumer Protection Act was enacted to protect consumers from abusive telemarketing practices by making it unlawful to initiate unsolicited telemarketing messages.
In this episode of Fashion Counsel, Partner Anthony Lupo talks with Partner Kelli Scheid Smith about tactics fashion brands should think about when they're expanding into e-commerce including potential issues with distributor agreements.
The Massachusetts Department of Revenue recently issued a draft directive setting out what records must be kept for all vendors, retailers, and contractors using computerized point-of-sale systems.
Fashion designers’ retail pricing and promotional strategies have quickly evolved in the last decade, with Internet channels dramatically altering distribution and sales tactics.
One of the world’s most consumer protective spam laws recently went into effect in Canada on July 1, 2014.
Plaintiffs Cartier International, Montblanc-Simplo GmbH, Alfred Dunhill Ltd., Chloe SAS, Officine Panerai AG and Lange Uhren GmbH scored a win against e-commerce counterfeiting.