Hey Fashionentlaw people!
How are you doing? I hope your week is going well. Here is a fashion law event I think might interest you. I first discovered about this event from a close Georgetown Law buddy of mine in 2006.
For law students, fashion students and young lawyers interested in becoming a fashion lawyer, tell everyone you know about that aspiration. Because I shared my aspiration liberally when I was in law school and also took concrete steps such as organizing fashion shows both on a state (UC Hastings, CA) and nationwide basis (NBLSA, Atl/Georgia) within the law school environment, a lot of my class/schoolmates remembered. To date, many continue to refer fashion cases or fashion related matters to me.
In any event, back to my initial story. After feeling for many years that I was isolated and no one understood my interest in fashion law, I got a pleasant surprise when one of my Georgetown Law buddies emailed me with this event. This was back in 2006. I immediately signed up and ordered all of the materials. The fashion conference continues to have staying power after all these years and I think it may be worth attending if you are serious about fashion law.
Check out the details below and enjoy the rest of your day.
“Register now to attend this month’s CLE, Lawyering in the Fashion Industry: A Practical Guide to Licensing, Trademark Protection & Other Industry Issues. To bring value when dealing with their clients’ most pressing issues, fashion industry lawyers draw on a variety of disciplines, including intellectual property, contracts, international trade, and litigation.
This lively and interactive seminar will feature an experienced panel that will provide you with practical insights on how to:
- Structure successful license deals
- Navigate license disputes
- Manage trademark/copyright enforcement programs, including litigating trademark Actions
- Deal with issues around fashion modeling, including contract, labor & employment, immigration & IP considerations
- Understand the ins & outs of customs, imports & related regimes
- Implement & administer human rights compliance programs
This program is intended for those who have clients in the fashion industry, those who practice intellectual property law, business executives in the fashion industry and both lawyers and business executives who handle licensing agreements. Reserve your spot today! For more information, or to view the program agenda, please click here.
CLE Credits: New York & California Credit: 4.0 Professional Practice; New Jersey: 4.2 General; Illinois Credit & Pennsylvania Credit: 3.5 General
This live program provides transitional/non-transitional credit to all attorneys.
Can’t make it? Join us online with our convenient Live Webcast!
Watch Live via Casemaker
For any questions or to register by phone with a discount, please call
City Bar Center for CLE