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It’s Almost Over: From Basics to Billions: How to Launch and Grow a Fashion Brand @LLS_FashionLaw’s Summer Intensive

Posted in The Business of Fashion

Hi everyone. I know I have been quiet the past few days, but I hope you have been enjoying the pictures on facebook and twitter showing what the participants in Loyola Law School’s Fashion Law Project’s Summer Intensive have been up to. It has been an amazing experience getting to know all the participants and… Continue Reading

From Basics to Billions: How to Launch and Grow a Fashion Brand @LLS_FashionLaw’s Summer Intensive

Posted in Fashion Intellectual Property, The Business of Fashion

I don’t know about you, but this summer has been a whirlwind! I can’t believe that the Fashion Law Project’s Summer Intensive starts this Thursday! In case you don’t know about the Fashion Law Summer Intensive, it is a Fashion Law “bootcamp,” meaning we provide you with a lot of instruction (29 hours!) over a… Continue Reading

INTA The Woods

Posted in The Business of Fashion

Hi everyone.  I hope your April is off to a good start! So, while you may be used to us giving you advice, tips and inspiration, today we are going to turn the tables and ask you for help and input. The Fox Fashion Lawyers have decided to attend the annual meeting the International Trademark… Continue Reading

Reminder: Fashion Law Panel at UC Hasting School of Law

Posted in The Business of Fashion

I know you all are busy, but here is quick reminder to you Northern California fashion law fans to join us tomorrow night at the University of Hastings, College of the Law which will host its inaugural Fashion Law event. The details: Time: 6:00 – 7:15pm Location: Alumni Reception Center in Mary Kay Kane Hall, 200 Mc Allister Street,… Continue Reading

New Year, New Events: UC Hastings Fashion Law Panel

Posted in The Business of Fashion

The new year is always a chance to start fresh.  Where it be with a new season of offerings for your latest tradeshows, for resolutions or for other personal goals. In this very first month of 2013, I invite you to join me at a new event: the First Ever Northern California Fashion Law Panel at UC Hastings… Continue Reading

Fashion Law 101: Coming to Southern California?

Posted in Licensing, The Business of Fashion

Happy August everyone.  Since August equals back to school for all us garmentos, I thought it an appropriate time to get school related advice.  I am in discussions with a top Southern California Law School to teach a Fashion Law class, and if it goes well, to help design a Fashion Tract as a subset of its Entertainment program…. Continue Reading

LA Textile Show: Brands are Blooming

Posted in The Business of Fashion

Just like a great collection starts with great fabric, a great brand must start with a great item.  And if you know how to turn a great item into a brand, well then you have the secret sauce. Want to learn how? Come join me, Todd Kaufman from Beanstalk and Moshe  Tsbag of Velvet Heart… Continue Reading

Fashion Law 101: How to Create a Movement

Posted in The Business of Fashion

First, I have to start off apologizing.  This post was supposed to go up yesterday in honor of B.A.F.F.L.E.D’s second anniversary. When I first suggested to friends and colleagues that there is such a thing as "fashion law," they laughed.  Now, six years into being a practicing Fashion Lawyer (as a Fashion Litigator and doing Fashion transactions),… Continue Reading

Fashion Lawyer Seeks Next Intern!!!

Posted in The Business of Fashion

Guest post by Cassidy Saitow       I’ve been Staci’s intern since April, while I was a student at FIDM.  I graduated last month and got a job (woohoo!), but that also means I can’t intern for Staci any more.  It also means Staci needs a new intern!   I want to explain just how awesome… Continue Reading

An Open Letter to The Fordham Fashion Law Institute

Posted in The Business of Fashion

Dear Susan: As a fellow fashion lawyer, I applaud what you are doing at Fordham University with the Fashion Law Institute, despite your unfortunate "pink and lavender" comments to New York Magazine, and agree that the fashion industry desperately needs fashion lawyers who have industry insight and knowledge. I have to say, though, that the comments published… Continue Reading