Fashion Law News: Vera Wang Too Busy for Oprah Lawsuit Deposition, Bulgari Settles Tax Case & More #fashionlaw

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Happy New Week folks. I wish you a healthy and productive week ahead.

REMINDER: As a reminder, U.C Hastings College of Law (my alma mater) will present the first ever west coast Fashion Law Symposium featuring some of the brightest legal minds in fashion law. It includes yours truly as well as Staci Riordan (Founder, Loyola Fashion Law Project), and Susan Scafidi (Founder, Fordham Fashion Law Institute). It is a free event, and a great networking opportunity for law students, attorneys, and of course you fashion industry professionals as well. So, do mark your calendar for February 28th, 2014 and see you soon!

On to the fashion law news you may have missed:

1.Why Is Jos. A. Bank Buying Eddie Bauer?

2. Bulgari Negotiates With Italy’s Inland Revenue And Settles Tax Case For $41M

3. Vera Wang I Won’t Help You Take Down Oprah I’m Too Damn Busy
Long time readers might remember my discussion of this lawsuit back in 2011 filed by Simone Kelly Brown. You can check out my analysis here.

4. Op-Ed | Are We Producing Too Many Fashion Designers?
I love this article. It is well written and I also think it makes a strong case for the continued push for fashion law and fashion lawyers.

5. Miuccia Prada Relinquishes Prada Chair to Join Husband as co-CEO

6.  3D Printshow New York: Fashion And Technology Converge In Live Catwalk Show Dedicated To Wearable Tech [PHOTOS]

7. Instagram Makes Big Play at New York Fashion Week

Cheers,
Uduak
Photocredit: Vera Wang.com/Vera Wang SM

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WHAT IS Fashionentlaw™: It is a law blog discussing hot topics in pop culture that arise primarily out of the fashion industry and intersects/ collides with the law. WHAT I DO: My name is Uduak Oduok and I am a California licensed attorney who helps creatives and business owners sleep better at night by protecting their creativity and reputation, securing their rights, and helping them with the monetization of their intellectual assets. WHO I WORK WITH: I have counseled a range of clients from musicians, models, actors, actresses, and designers, to diverse business owners in numerous areas of the law including contracts, business law, fashion and entertainment law, copyright, trademark, and intellectual property law. I bring over two decades of first-hand knowledge and experiences that are as diverse as they are deep in the fashion and entertainment industries (modeling, retail, production, public relations, journalism, and publishing). I am an attorney who “gets it” when it comes to resolving legal issues for the fashion and entertainment industries. INTERESTED IN TALKING TO ME ABOUT LEGAL REPRESENTATION? To arrange a consultation to discuss your case, contact me today at 916-361-6506 or email me directly at (uduak@ebitulawgrp.com). Full bio: Ms. Uduak Bio/ Twitter @uduaklaw

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