Tag Archives: Law of fashion & luxury goods

How to make your fashion brand lawfully omnichannel? | Crefovi at Pure fashion trade show

Crefovi strikes back with presentation on how to make your fashion brand lawfully omnichannel at Pure trade show on 26 July 2016, attended by trade show goers and press.   Annabelle Gauberti, founding partner of London fashion law firm Crefovi, presented a talk on the legal stuff to think about, when a fashion business wants more »

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Intellectual property in the fashion industry conference 2015 | IPKat

  Crefovi partners up with IPKat to present cutting-edge one-day intellectual property in the fashion industry conference 2015: tailored advice from experts in the world of IP law and fashion. On 22 October 2015 in London, Annabelle Gauberti, founding partner of Crefovi, presented a (hopefully!) entertaining and engaging talk on “lawyering in the fashion sector more »

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Fashion law is becoming a ridiculously profitable industry | AFP

Long considered “too fluffy” for serious lawyers, fashion law has emerged in recent years as one of the most lucrative – and occasionally absurd – new battlegrounds for the legal profession.   Read this gritty article on the rise and ascent of fashion law, concocted by AFP journalist Eric Randolph. This article was published in more »

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Luxury and intellectual property | London luxury law firm Crefovi

  On 5 June 2014, Annabelle Gauberti, founding partner of London law firm for the creative industries Crefovi, will organise and present a day course on “Luxury and intellectual property” at the prestigious French research institute in intellectual property IRPI. The objectives of this training day on luxury and intellectual property, will focus around: – more »

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Why it makes sense to invest in the creative industries and support them

  While many fast-growth companies in the creative industries are currently the target of heavy private equity investments and a flurry of mergers and acquisitions, it makes sense, from a tax and financial standpoint, for individuals and corporate investors to go “long” on creative startups and SMEs.   1. “Good times” are coming back: invest more »