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This article takes a look at the U.S. retail market beyond what macro-level trade statistics typically provide.

As we approach the Passover season, a time associated with remembering and escaping past constraints, we are entertaining the very real prospect the United States and China could conclude a trade agreement to end the “hot” trade war that has been raging for the past year.

Tariffs are hurting U.S. companies and making it difficult to plan for the short- and long-term future, but a U.S.-China trade deal may be on the horizon.

This article offers a short primer on what a creditor can expect once a debtor seeks bankruptcy protection.

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While there are many categories that are not currently impacted by these tariffs, such as footwear, jewelry and apparel, we fully anticipate that they will be included in future tariff announcements.

Whether or not tariffs will be effective in addressing the long-term policies of foreign governments is anybody’s guess. In the meantime, they are likely to affect your current supply chains. How should you respond? What is your tariff strategy?

With some tariffs on apparel and footwear products already proposed, and more possible, the nearly $17 billion tariff burden our industry already pays to the U.S. Treasury could multiply fast. Here's what you can do.

The United States, Mexico and Canada have reached a new trade agreement that includes a separate textile and apparel chapter.

Now more than ever, retailers and manufacturers need to take active steps to take stock of their intellectual property and determine what steps they need to take to protect that property from misuse while reducing their own risk of infringement.

A suit brought against Kohl's, Macy's, J.C. Penney and Sears points to a very real and growing risk for retailers: that their promotional practices may be leaving them open to legal action.

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