Ivanka Trump's Company Faces Lawsuit Over 'Unfair' Advantage

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Gorelick said the first daughter will take whatever steps necessary to avoid conflicts of interest between her role in the Trump administration and her global Ivanka Trump brand.

Trump's line for women-on-the-go has been on struggle street for quite some time now, so much so that Kellyanne Conway chose to give it an ethically dubious shout-out on live TV - essentially your new stepmom coming down to your school and throwing money at your principal to give you better grades.

Ivanka's attorney Jamie Gorelick said she will serve as the "eyes and ears" for her father while providing broad-ranging advice. "It's a wonderful line". I fully - I'm going to just, I'm going to give a free commercial here: Go buy it today, everybody.

However the plug was immediately slammed, with some claiming it was in violation of a law that prohibits those in public office using their position "for the endorsement of any product, service or enterprise, or for the private gain of friends, relatives, or persons with whom the employee is affiliated".

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But her brand may ultimately suffer in court!

The company also accuses the brand of profiting off of its association to the White House, as well as the unlawful marketing practices of government officials, including the counselor to the president, Kellyanne Conway, and even President Trump himself. But U.S. sales of Ivanka Trump merchandise rose 332% on Amazon, 148% at Macy's and 29.5% at Bloomingdale's in January and February, according to Slice Intelligence data cited earlier this month by CNN Money.

The suit, filed by Modern Appealing Clothing, claims that Ivanka's company has an unfair advantage over the competition because of her father's ascent to the White House.

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