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If you are anything like me, bargains are always a welcome sight.  One of the most popular venues for bargain shoppers nationwide are the slew of outlet malls that have popped up in suburban areas and near popular vacation locales.  Outlet stores advertise extensively that they offer upwards of 75 percent off [...]

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“Purse”onal Jurisdiction

On August 12, 2010 By Emily Larish

If you find a great price on a designer handbag through a discount website, be wary – rather than saving a few hundred dollars on the real thing, you might be buying a knockoff for a lot more than it’s worth. At least that was the case with Chloé bags sold by Queen Bee of [...]

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Traditional sumptuary laws, especially those government efforts aimed at regulating public attire, are often considered to be largely dusty relics of pre-industrial societies. Yet cultural legal theorists have long argued that sumptuary codes are still relevant and inextricably linked to the development of our contemporary sociolegal hierarchy. A better understanding of the primary objectives embodied [...]

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Luxury brands around the world were no doubt ecstatic over Louis Vuitton’s $63 million win this past Monday in France. A Paris court ordered eBay to pay damages to LVMH (a Paris-based conglomerate owning luxury brands Louis Vuitton, Dior, and Givenchy, among others) for facilitating the sale of counterfeit products. California-based eBay [...]

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