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WHAT IS FASHION LAW?

Fashion Law addresses the legal issues faced by designers, brands, high profile figures, and professionals in the Fashion Industry. From production to retail, this sector covers all the juridical aspects of design, production, marketing, licensing, advertising, and sale of garments. Complex issues such as intellectual property protection and cross-border transactions can make this a difficult field to navigate. The Fashion Industry comes with unique challenges and using a lawyer specialized in both law and fashion is a crucial to building your brand.

WHO WE ARE.

We are a Canadian/U.S. initiative designed to inform and educate fashion industry insiders on issues related to fashion law on a global level. Our experts can guide you on how to confront legal challenges that come with being in the fashion industry.

WHAT WE DO.

We offer a global approach to Fashion Law. Accomplished in American & Canadian law, Fashion Law Boutique educates emerging designers and well-established fashion brands on how to confront legal challenges that comes with owning a fashion business.

WHAT WE PRACTICE.

  • Licensing

  • Design patents
  • Right of publicity
  • Celebrity/Model/Influencer contracts

  • Startup legal challenges
  • Complex litigation

GLOBAL EXPERTISE.

  • Immigration
  • Cross-border transactions
  • International corporate and business transactions

  • Distribution and franchising
  • Foreign employment and labor law
  • Strategic sourcing and outsourcing

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What is Fashion Law?

February 15th, 2018|Comments Off on What is Fashion Law?

Fashion Law addresses the legal issues typically faced by designers and fashion brands.  

Under Armour Sued for Trademark Infringement

February 15th, 2018|Comments Off on Under Armour Sued for Trademark Infringement

Since 2013, Under Armour has sponsored basketball star, Steph Curry. Battle claims that Under Armour used the ICAN mark in Curry's product line - including variations such as "I Can. I Will." and "I Can do all things." It is claimed that Under Armour willfully damaged ICAN by swamping the market and causing confusion.

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