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Brexit: How to protect your creative business when the UK will crash out of the EU on 30 March 2019

On 30 March 2019, the UK will crash out of the EU without a withdrawal deal in place, and without a request for an extension of the 2 years’ notification period of its decision to withdraw. No second referendum will be organised by the current UK government. Therefore, what’s in the cards, for the creative more »

Brexit legal implications

Brexit legal implications: the road less travelled

On 23 June 2016, during an epic day of flooding in London and South East England, which did not deter a record 72.2 percent of voters to turn out, Little Britain decided to terminate its 43-year membership with the European Union (EU). What are Brexit legal implications that creative industries need to know about? Now, more »

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ialci and Tranoï become official partners for 2016 trade shows worldwide | London fashion and luxury law firm Crefovi

ialci, the international association of lawyers for creative industries, and Tranoï, fashion and luxury trade shows’ organiser and platform, partner up on all trade shows for 2016 worldwide. ialci, the international association of lawyers for creative industries, was founded by Crefovi’s founding partner, Annabelle Gauberti, in 2013. Today, ialci is a dynamic association, which members are currently drafting a book more »

Taxation of acquisition & sale of art works: auctions & private sales | Art tax law

Everything you always wanted to know about taxation of acquisition & sale of art works: auction and private sales. 1. Taxation of acquisition & sale of art works: general overview 1.1. Key elements The acquisition and sale of art works, by legal entities or natural persons, are done either during public auction sales, or during more »

London fashion law firm Crefovi

London fashion law firm Crefovi | The law of luxury goods

London fashion law firm Crefovi publishes proprietary research on the law of luxury goods, in Legal Week. With few industries performing better than the €185bn (£148bn) luxury goods sector, a rising number of lawyers and law graduates are electing it as their business development focus. The luxury industry is a difficult niche market to break more »