The Court of Justice of Lyon finally authorized the agreement concluded between LVMH and the former employees of Logo, the French eyewear company that went into liquidation at the end of last year. This agreement, which calls for an average compensation of €10,000 per person for a total of 163, had been contested by Richard Vives, president and shareholder of Logo. Separately, 70 former employees have launched another legal challenge against the former shareholders in a French special court in charge of labor disputes. As we have previously reported, Logo ran into serious financial difficulties after losing various licenses, led by the Tag Heuer collection.