The decision on the legal dispute opposing Logo's employees and Lvmh, which was due on May 30, has been delayed by the High Court of Paris to July 4. Logo, the French maker of glasses signed by Tag Heuer, owned by Lvmh, was forced into liquidation in November 2016. The trigger of the bankruptcy had allegedly been the withdrawal of the Tag Heuer branded eyewear line by its owner, Lvmh. In December, 78 of Logo's workers, out of 172, decided to sue Lvmh for damages, considering that through its decision, the French luxury conglomerate was at the origin of their job losses. Logo, based in the French region of Jura, had been the exclusive maker of Tag Heuer and Fred eyewear, both owned by Lvmh, for 20 years.