Target is one of the few retailers enjoying a good Christmas season. Much of the giant discounter's success can be traced to their so-called "cheap chic" styles. However, some upscale competitors now claim Target's styles are not their own. Jane Wells investigated why one of the brightest retail lights of the holiday season might become a legal "target."
High-end retailers have been suing the retail giant, claiming Target has made billions selling inexpensive rip-offs of their luxury designs. The latest lawsuit came from Pottery Barn parent company Williams-Sonoma . It claims Target ripped off a Pottery Barn Christmas stocking design.