Forever 21 and Gucci are in a legal battle over some multi-colored stripes

Well, this is confusing.

Everything you need to know about the lawsuit alleging Ivanka Trump ripped off Aquazzura shoes

She's been ordered to appear in court, but does that really matter?

It will be a busy two weeks before the current Supreme Court session ends. Here's what's coming.

The court will decide soon on cases concerning immigration, free speech and more.

How Harley-Davidson got Urban Outfitters to stop selling rip-off merchandise once and for all

The latest in Urban Outfitters' ongoing history of trademark infringement litigation.

No Love for RiRi: The 1 word that has Rihanna’s fragrance at the center of a new lawsuit

Rihanna is being sued by global beauty brand Kiss Nails alleging trademark infringement.

Is Kylie Cosmetics Eye Makeup Next? All Signs Point to Yes.

Kylie Jenner will be announcing a Kylie Cosmetics surprise.


Artists Take a Bold Stand After Accusing Zara of Ripping Off Over a Dozen of Their Designs

Here's what consumers can do to make sure they're buying products that give credit and compensation to artists.

Turns Out, Chanel Handbags Might Be a Better Investment Than the US Property Market

Now is the time to invest in a $4,900 Chanel bag.

The Navajo Nation's Case Against Urban Outfitters Just Took a Hit

This has been going on forever.

What Is Feyoncé? Beyoncé Sues Engagement Announcement Apparel Shop For Confusing Her Fans

Feyoncé: It's like having Beyoncé's help announcing your engagement, but nowhere near as expensive, because it's knockoff!


Corona Recall 2016: How to Tell If Your Beers Are Affected by Glass Contamination

Corona found glass on its beach. Here's what you need to know about the beer maker's recall.

Why the Fine Brothers Are the Biggest Villains on the Internet Right Now

They built an empire. And now they're watching it burn.

Thanks to Taylor Swift, You Have to Ask Permission to Use These Five Phrases

For commercial purposes, these phrases belong to Swift.

The U.S. Government Sends a Serious Message to the Washington Redskins

This is just the latest wrinkle in the controversy over the team's name.


This Guy Is Starting a Business a Week for the Next Year. Here’s Why He’s So Successful.

The 28-year-old already has more than seven businesses under his belt.

How America's Love for Greek Yogurt Is Actually Hurting Greece

Listen up, Chobani lovers.

The 'Candy Crush' Creators Bully the Hell Out of Small Companies. Here's How.

Love Candy Crush Saga? Then you're endorsing a bunch of trademark trolls.

Zynga Ludicrously Claims "Bang With Friends" Violates Its Copyrights

Zynga, maker of the Facebook Scrabble ripoff "Words With Friends," is now claiming another company's "Bang With Friends" app violates their copyright. This is not a successful business strategy. Suing Pharrell: Apparently, Is Trying to Own the Phrase "I Am"

The Black Eyed Peas singer turns the table on controversy, playing the role of the victim this time in another controversy that solidifies him as one of the most absurd musicians in the industry.


Supreme Court Myriad Rulings: With Its Ruling On Genetics, the Court Preserves Patents For the Future

The Supreme Court tackled a major case involving biotechnology, an area unchartered by intellectual property rights. The court unanimously ruled that human genes can’t be patented.

Could Edward Snowden's NSA Leak Exonerate This Accused Robber?

A man accused of armed robbery is seeking his phone records from the NSA to try to clear his name. The case raises broader questions over who exactly has ownership over individuals phone records.

Apple Offshore Taxes: Complex Tax System Allowed for Apple To Place Profits From Its U.S. Operation Into an Unrelated Irish Company

In one two-year span, Apple was able to make $35 billion in income disappear through the check-the-box loophole and avoid paying $12.5 billion in U.S. taxes, or $17 million a day.

Bowman v. Monsanto SCOTUS Case: The Death Of Copyrights and Patents?

As 3D printing technologies start to become the norm, how will corporations who have a lot at stake adapt and evolve?

Colin Kaepernick Super Bowl: Kaepernick's Move 'Kaepernicking' Is Now Trademarked

Kaepernick intends to use the trademark to make T-shirts, and some of the proceeds will go to CampTaylor, which organizes camps for children afflicted with congenital heart defects.


Supreme Court Docket: Kirtsaeng v John Wiley and Sons Case May Prevent You From Selling Your Own Property

A pending Supreme Court case could have a major impact on your ability to sell the things you own.

Why Internet Piracy May Actually Benefit America

The pirating of online content is not a form of stealing, and is actually a great benefit to individuals' wallets and liberties.

How Art Can Be Free: Digital Revolution, Crowdfunding Render Copyright Obsolete

Do we need copyright? One bestselling author says no. He says there's a better way for artists to get paid, and without worrying over intellectual property rights. Is he crazy or crazy inventive?

Dept of Justice Shutdown of Megaupload Shows Why SOPA and PIPA Should be Defeated

The DOJ's shutdown of the online file sharing website buttresses arguments that the SOPA and PIPA bills are superfluous and overreaching.