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Law of luxury goods & fashion law in France: a 2020 overview | Crefovi

Since its inception in 2003, the law of luxury goods and fashion law have evolved, matured, and become institutionalised as a standalone area of specialisation in the legal profession. Here is Crefovi’s 2020 status update for the law of luxury goods and fashion law in France, detailing each legal practice area relevant to such creative more »

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Why the valuation of intangible assets matters: the unstoppable rise of intangibles’ reporting in the 21st century’s corporate environment

It is high time France and the UK up their game in terms of accounting for, reporting and leveraging the intangible assets owned by their national businesses and companies, while Asia and the US currently lead the race, here. European lenders need to do their bit, too, to empower creative and innovative SMEs, and provide more »

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Lawfully Creative | Juliette Espinasse Dubois, from July of St Barth, explains her trajectory in the perfume world

Juliette Espinasse Dubois, founder and creative director of French perfume house July of St Barth, is a determined autodidact who uses her creativity and honed marketing skills to single-handedly cut herself a slice, in the mega-millions generating perfume market. How does this new kid on the block managed to do this, in only 6 years? more »

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How to defend yourself in case the artwork bought at auction does not match its pre-sale description?

While collecting art works is becoming an increasingly popular & sexy hobby for affluent individuals, the financial & legal risks involved in such activities are very high, especially when such art pieces are bought at auction. Indeed, it is in the interest of auction houses to depict a rosy & partial portrait of any artwork more »

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How to restructure your creative business in France | Restructuring & insolvency law firm Crefovi

Almost any medium-sized and large creative business has overseas operations, in order to maximise distribution opportunities and take advantage of economies of scale. This is especially true for fashion & luxury businesses, which need strategically-located brick & mortar retail outlets to thrive. However, such overseas boutiques may need to be restructured, from time to time, more »