FASHION LAW MASTERCLASS
By Fashion Law and Business, 26th February 2016, Soho, London
The success of fashion business requires a careful mix between creativity and commerciality. Join us, for the first Fashion Law Masterclass hosted at the distinguished Condé Nast College of Fashion & Design.
Emerging designers to the growing fashion industry who set out to establish new brands, or those who would like to grow their existing brands, must be equipped with the right legal and business knowledge to make the best strategic decisions.
This one-day intensive Fashion Law Masterclass will take you through the law of intellectual property in the fashion industry and provide you with a straight forward introduction to trademarks, copyright and design rights as it applies to the business of fashion.
Who is this for:
For those that want to know more about the business & legal side of the fashion industry – this workshop is suited to entrepreneurs who want to create their own fashion labels, business owners who want to grow and protect their existing brands/designs, law students considering a career in fashion law and students and fashion industry professionals looking to develop their knowledge of the industry.
To learn the legal tools necessary for leveraging a fashion brand.
This specialist fashion law Masterclass is intended to equip you with an understanding of the commercial side of fashion creativity – including how to protect it. You will learn how the law relates to the management, protection and exploitation of fashion. Specifically, the law of trademark, copyright & design rights, that is invaluable to fashion businesses of all sizes.
Fashion Law Masterclass Host:
This Masterclass will be hosted by Tania Phipps-Rufus, Luxury Brand Management Lecturer, Consultant & Fashion & IP Law PhD Candidate, who has taught on the MBA in Fashion Management, the MA in Strategic Fashion Luxury Brand Management, the MA in Fashion Promotion, and the Master’s in Intellectual Property Law. She has developed a Masterclass to help designers, businesses and brands understand how to both protect and effectively manage IP. She will pass on her expertise in the areas of fashion law, intellectual property and brand management, as well as sustainability. And will be joined by other leading industry experts.
Places are limited. There are 30 places available on this Masterclass, allocated on a first come, first served basis. Costs for this workshop include printed materials.
Cost: £150 including VAT
To book your place sign up here.
Event: Fashion Law Masterclass, 26th February 2016, Soho, London
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