Nike Sues LA-Based Streetwear Brand Warren Lotas Over Shoe Resembling Its Dunk SneakersIn a trademark lawsuit filed in federal court Wednesday night, Nike claims shoes from Warren Lotas are too similar to its Nike Dunk sneakers, which bear a design on the side that is too close to its famous swoosh.
Family Sues Nike For Alleged Racial Profiling In 2019 Santa Monica IncidentA Black family that says they were racially profiled at Nike's Santa Monica store is now suing the athletic apparel company and a former employee.
Nike Launches Sneaker Subscription Club For Young KidsUnder the service, parents would pay $20 a month for four pairs of shoes per year.
Celebrity Attorney Mark Geragos Named Co-Conspirator In Avenatti Extortion Case; CNN Cuts TiesGeragos appeared on CNN this month to discuss the case against his client Jussie Smollett, an actor accused of fabricating a racist, anti-gay attack in Chicago.
Santa Clarita Runner With Cerebral Palsy Earns Nike Endorsement DealJustin Gallegos is Nike’s first athlete with cerebral palsy, a condition which effects muscle and motor function.
Mayor Bans City Clubs From Buying Nike Products Amid Debate Over Kaepernick AdAfter Nike's Colin Kaepernick campaign spurred an ongoing debate across the U.S., a Louisiana mayor banned the brand's products from his city's recreation facilities.
OC Principal Under Fire After Calling Colin Kaepernick 'An Anti-American Thug'Over a photo of a cut up Nike T-shirt, McGaugh Elementary School Principal Roni Burns-Ellis wrote on her personal Facebook page: “My newest rag! When Nike signs an anti-American thug to represent their brand, I will not support, wear, purchase or endorse their product.”
Colin Kaepernick 'Just Do It' Ad Sparks Nike BoycottThe company announced that the unsigned free agent, who is known for kneeling during the national anthem to bring attention to racial injustices, would join the company’s signature campaign.
Nike-Branded Clothes Destroyed On Social Media Over Colin Kaepernick Ad CampaignNike marked the 30th anniversary of the campaign with a new ad that said, “Believe in something. Even if it means sacrificing everything.”
Nike Takes Sides, Tapping Colin Kaepernick For New 'Just Do It' AdNike is throwing its weight behind one of the most polarizing figures in football, and America: former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick.
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