Consumer Goods





Nike Sues StockX Over NFTs and Counterfeit Sneakers

Dubbed the ‘Sneaker Wars’, Nike’s ongoing lawsuit against online shoe reseller StockX will likely end up dictating how intellectual property law is applied to non-fungible tokens (NFTs), declared attorney and journalist Andrew Rossow, writing for

Consumer Goods - July 6, 2022 midnight

Origyn and WatchBox Form Timely Partnership

Origyn, the Swiss foundation dedicated to identifying, authenticating and protecting the ownership of objects of value, has announced a partnership with WatchBox, a global leader in collectible luxury timepieces.

Consumer Goods - May 30, 2022 midnight

‘Living’ Football Jerseys that Interact with Fans

Identiv, Inc, a Nasdaq-listed provider of secure identification systems within the Internet of Things, has expanded its partnership with collectID in Switzerland, to provide a product authentication and consumer interaction solution on collectible football jerseys, via the use of embeddable near-field communication, life-of-garment tags.

Consumer Goods - March 23, 2022 midnight

Recommerce Brings Fashion and Apparel Fraud Online

Recommerce – the sale of pre-owned goods – is a nearly $40-billion-a-year industry and is expected to double soon. In an article on Bloomberg Law, attorneys from international law firm Perkins Coie examine the IP infringement questions facing resellers and brands in the resale marketplace.

Free - March 1, 2022 midnight

LVMH and SMX Partner for Sustainability

A business unit of fashion group LVMH has partnered with brand protection specialist Security Matters on a series of pilot projects to improve traceability of raw materials in the luxury goods supply chain.

Consumer Goods - December 24, 2021 midnight