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LVMH

By Chris Dawson February 14, 2017 - 5:45 pm

LVMH’s Tag Heuer launch on Alibaba’s TMall

Premier watch brand, Tag Heuer, has launched a flagship store on Tmall.com, becoming the fifth brand owned by luxury goods giant LVMH to set up shop on Alibaba. Other LVMH flagship stores on Tmall are cosmetics brands Make Up For Ever and Guerlain, beauty brands

LVMH sue Alibaba’s merchant counterfeiters

Louis Vuitton (LVMH) are to sue three Chinese merchants convicted of selling counterfeit Louis Vuitton products on Alibaba's Taobao marketplace. LVMH signed an agreement with Taobao in 2013 to fight fakes on their websites. LVMH also introduced hard to copy labels (similar to bar codes) to

eBay & LVMH settle long running legal dispute

The long running battle between eBay and LVMH regarding counterfeits is over. Back in 2008 LVMH sued eBay for allowing the the sale of counterfeit items and claimed it hurt their business. LVMH is the umbrella firm for numerous luxury brands including Louis Vuitton, Christian Dior,

Does L’Oreal EUJ ruling re-open French LVMH ban case?

A week ago there was a ruling by the European Court of Justice on the liability of companies operating internet marketplaces for trade mark infringements committed by users. The ruling says online market providers could be liable if they play an active part in the

eBay fine in LVMH case slashed by €33million

photo credit: Gavin GilmoureBay have just had the fine payable to Louis Vuitton reduced from €38.6million to just €5.6 million by the French appeals court. The original fine was set by the Paris commercial court based on claims by LVMH that eBay had not

eBay fined €200k over Louis Vuitton keywords

photo credit: geishaboy500eBay has been fined again in its ongoing legal dispute in France with LVMH. Reuters is reporting that a Parisian court has fined the company €200,00 (approx. US$274,000 or £175,000) for using misspelt versions of the trademark "Louis Vuitton" as part of

eBay fined a further €1.7m by French in LVMH case

The French Commercial Courts have fined eBay €1.7 million Euros (about $2.55 million) for failing to comply with a 2008 injunction to block French eBay users from buying or selling LVMH Group perfumes and cosmetics on any eBay website. eBay say that they have done their

A bottle of perfume could end cross border EU trade

eBay and LVMH are due a hearing in the French Commercial Courts on Monday as to whether eBay has complied with a 2008 injunction to block sales of genuine bottles of perfume made by Christian Dior, Kenzo, Givenchy and Guerlain. At stake is a fine

eBay's perfume ban confirmed

photo credit: atomicpuppy68eBay's appeal to stay an injunction banning the sale of 'grey-market' perfumes in France has failed. A French court has upheld a judgement from last month, that Kenzo, Guerlain, Christian Dior, and Givenchy brands may not be listed on eBay by unauthorised

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