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  • American City Business Journals2 months ago

    ​American Apparel launches 'Make America Gay Again' LGBTQ rights campaign

    American Apparel is teaming with LGBTQ groups Human Rights Campaign and the Ally Coalition on a “Make America Gay Again” campaign to raise funds in support of initiatives to end LGBTQ discrimination. The Los Angeles-based clothing manufacturer and retailer this week launched sales of limited-edition t-shirts and tanks featuring phrases such as, "Make America Gay Again" and "Make America LGBTQ Again." The items are available at American Apparel stores, and, with 30 percent of sales going to support the passage of the Equality Act and programs aimed at ending LGBTQ discrimination.

  • American City Business Journals4 months ago

    ​Ex-American Apparel CEO Charney sues lawyers for malpractice

    Ousted American Apparel Chief Executive Dov Charney has filed another lawsuit, but this time he is accusing his former lawyers of malpractice. Charney, who recently failed to convince a judge to reject American Apparel’s reorganization plan, is suing the law firm Glaser Weil Fink Howard Avchen & Shapiro for professional negligence and breach of contract in representing him in cases against American Apparel and Standard General LP, reported the Los Angeles Times. In 2014, Charney was fired as chairman and CEO of Los Angeles-based American Apparel, the company he founded, after the board alleged he had engaged in inappropriate behavior with employees and misused company funds.