Here is a debate that's been left to the courts — and the fashion divas of the world. San Francisco's-based Levi's jeans company is fighting with Abercrombie & Fitch Clothing over the arched-shaped stitching on the buttocks of the pants.
Today, a San Francisco appeals court decided that a judge gave the jury wrong standards to use when trying to determine whether Abercrombie ripped off the Levi's trademark on the back pockets. The court sent the case back to trial.
Let's compare the back pockets from both jeans ourselves: