Local businessman suing Louis Vuitton over shoe tr...
by Everett Catts
11:03 AM, Friday, August 22
When Antonio Brown saw Louis Vuitton’s On the Road sneaker shortly after it was launched in March, he was stunned. The Atlantic Station resident is founder and CEO of LVL XIII Brands Inc. (Level 13), a New York-based, high-end footwear company wit...

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