“You’re not suing me, I’m suing you!” said fashion retail giant H & M to small clothing company, Wildfox Couture. After H & M began selling sweatshirts bearing a fictitious team logo, “Toronto Wildfox,” Wildfox Couture sent H & M a letter threatening legal action for trademark infringement. So, H & M launched a preemptive strike in the form of a lawsuit. Look at the sweatshirt, is “Wildfox” on H&M’s sweatshirt decorative or does it indicate that H&M and Widlfox Couture collaborated in the design? Read more.