...with the word "Saturday"—Saturdays Surf NYC and Kate Spade Saturday—has been ugly from the get-go. Beyond the...
... Cite as: Kate Spade LLC v. Saturdays Surf LLC, 12 Civ. 9260 (MGC), NYLJ ...
New York Law Journal
Maria Savio, a partner at Gottlieb, Rackman & Reisman, and Diana Muller, of counsel with the firm, write that Latin American countries present many good business opportunities to the United States, b
...two under the name Bergdorf Goodman. Neiman also owns accessories company Kate Spade and Gurwitch Products, which manufactures Laura Mercier cosmetics. Warburg...
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