3D Printing and the Fashion Industry: Will Things Ever be the Same?

(379 Ratings)

Produced on: July 08, 2015

Course Format On Demand Audio

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Course Description

Time 60 minutes
Difficulty Intermediate

Consumers enjoy many fashion products that are produced for them, whether they are couture or off-the-rack. Meanwhile, lawyers representing fashion brands are having unique conversations with their clients about how 3D printing affects the fashion industry.

 

Will 3D printing primarily affect massed-produced goods such as socks or cosmetic bags, or is it so far out of left field that it will have no influence whatsoever on your business or client's business?

 

Before advising your client that a contract is signature-ready, attorneys should be aware of how pervasive 3D technology can be on the fashion life cycle. Specifically, they must account for the impact of the technology on vendor agreements, consumer interaction, and more.

 

Learning Objectives:

I.   Grasp 3D printing mechanics and and its applicability to the fashion Industry

II.  Identify the advantages and disadvantages of the technology from both a business and legal standpoint

III. Recognize the outstanding (and perhaps currently unanswerable) legal questions

 

Faculty

Rania V. Sedhom

Sedhom Law Group, PLLC

Rania V. Sedhom, Managing Partner of the firm, is an attorney who provides practical and efficient solutions to complex problems. Rania has extraordinary interpersonal skills that allow her to forge win-win relationships across diverse organizations and cross-functional stakeholders. She is also a skilled legal and business commentator with appearances on national print and TV media, including L.A. Times, the Chicago Tribune, the Baltimore Sun, Forbes, Inc., Business Week, and CNN Money. 

 Rania is admitted to the Bars of the State of New York and New Jersey, the Eastern District of New York, the Southern District of New York, the District of New Jersey and the Third Circuit. Rania attended Syracuse University College of Law, where she was Editor of The Labor Lawyer and The Digest and served as Vice-Justice of the Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity. Prior to law school, Rania attended Columbia University where she majored in political science.

Reviews

CG
Carol G.

Great presenter, of an interesting and thought-provoking subject!

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David D.

Excellent presentation.

AP
Amy P.

Very insightful. One of the best Lawline classes.

HG
Henry G.

Very interesting and informative on a cutting edge topic.

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Andrea B.

Excellent and enlightening presentation.

LV
Linda V.

Informative and entertaining - great course!

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Stephen S.

The course is not realistic. Most garments are made off shore. and 3D printing has not caught on for soft goods.

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Ellen S.

Rania is my favorite.

AG
Andrew G.

Great presentation. Very informative and more interesting. I love that this was ahead of the law, and thoughtful - not standard. A+

PB
Patricia B.

Fascinating Forward thinking program

LB
Lauren B.

Really cool and informative - I liked this one a lot!

AL
Alexandra L.

Fun as well as interesting. Sci-fi CLE!

DL
Diane L.

very forward thinking presentation

RG
Rosemary G.

A very fashionable presentation. Loved it!

GK
Greg K.

This was really enjoyable. Very forward-thinking.

EA
Eva A.

Excellent speaker. Fascinating subject

SD
Stephanie D.

Excellent presentation.

AA
Alicia A.

Absolutely fascinating!

JK
Joung Ho K.

Fascinating new technology and legal implications were inspiring.

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