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Examining the Fundamental Intellectual Property Principles of Fashion Law

1h 1m

Created on October 23, 2020




This course, presented by Debevoise & Plimpton partner Megan Bannigan, will provide an updated overview of the legal issues that are typically faced in the United States fashion industry, with a focus on intellectual property.

Topics to be covered include available protections for fashion businesses, apparel, accessories, and textiles including trademark, trade dress, trademarks, copyright, and design patents. The program will also look at real-life case examples and provide practical advice for maneuvering through this complex, billion-dollar industry. 


Learning Objectives:
  1. Identify and comprehend the fundamental intellectual property principles of fashion law, including design protections and threats, strategies for litigation, and business considerations
  2. Analyze and resolve legal issues relating to fashion law, including an understanding of where to look to find a solution
  3. Explore the realities and practicalities that must be considered when practicing law in the fashion industry

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