EUR 60 billion lost every year across the EU due to counterfeiting in 13 key economic sectors, though IP specialist firm questions the true costs.
Firm launches global legal guide for luxury & fashion as market changes in breadth and diversity, highlighting IP and how companies can thrive.
LUXURY AWARDS 2019
Luxury awards showcased importance of IP protection issues and innovation at the annual Luxury Law Awards ceremony last night.
Alibaba aims to be global leader in IP protection, its president Mike Evans tells the Luxury Law Summit in London today.
Lawyers for Neiman Marcus attempt to get a Dallas county judge to dismiss a lawsuit, as lawyers dispute who has the 'magic wand' if any.
Top academic and former Richemont chief counsel becomes of counsel at London office of international firm
Brand goes after flea market which has become a “safe haven” for counterfeit sales according to lawsuit, while luxury lawyers prepare to focus on counterfeiting at NY summit.
LUXURY LAW SUMMIT
'New' luxury will meet the vintage revolution at the 7th Luxury Law London Summit next month, and also look at the secondary market.
With royal faves LK Bennett and Anya Hindmarch hitting the rocks, trade disruption comes under the spotlight at Luxury Law Summit 2019 in London.
LUXURY LAW 2019
Business leaders, designers and leading counsel for the luxury sector gear up for the 7th Annual Luxury Law Summit next month.
With luxury lawyers gearing up for the Luxury Law Summit in April, new data reveals spending is on the rise in US online luxury fashion sales.
Cartier loses trademark fight in Singapore as IPOS says love 'is meant to be shared' and French luxury jeweller should not have a monopoly.
Robotics firm UiPath appoints Luxury Law Summit 2019 keynote speaker Marie Myers as chief financial officer.
Wine merchants in Singapore suing buyers of wine stolen by ex-employee sentenced to jail but without restitution element.
HEROES ARE COSTLY
Beyonce has feelings and feelings do matter. Feelings about what a brand denotes matter greatly.
New forms of customer engagement will provide increased opportunities for the luxury sector over the next five years
Increased M&A activity in the luxury industry is Elnaz Zarrini's confident prediction
Banksy has made a fabulous contribution to what 'caveat emptor' might, does - or should - mean
Ashurst launches 5th year of global art prize for emerging artists, includes an award chosen by Ashurst's own lawyers and employees.
The UK Government has asked the Law Commission to review outdated restrictions on wedding venues
ECO-FRIENDLY CHINESE WIN
Chinese design house buys Carven, the struggling French designer label
The hidden value of KOL emerges
Michael Kors says New York City landlords offer a 'revolving door of counterfeiters' and a hub for nationwide distribution of fakes.
Are New York City landmarks and skyline protectable elements? Luxury firm argues they're not in defence against souvenir seller.
Italian fashion house Etro has been hit with a lawsuit alleging the brand 'has long concealed a dark and malevolent secret.'
And yes, it does involve legal intrigue, a cabaret singer and accusations of a power-grab in one of the world's luxury capitals.
After being rocked by a sexual harassment lawsuit, Stuart Weitzman has hit back with a lawsuit of its own.
CJEU decides in Christian Louboutin 'red soles' dispute mark not a shape as it sought only to protect colour on a specific product part.
The luxury brand has launched a lawsuit against the US retailer for using its signature check
LUXURY AWARDS 2018
Retail veteran Harold Tillman CBE receives industry accolade as Arrigo Cipriani and Jade Jagger join Luxury Law Summit 2018 in recognising a year of amazing achievements.
On the eve of the Luxury Law Summit, a former Sony executive warns of challenges coming from the Vietnam market.
Intellectual property law is becoming too complicated, says luxury icon Arrigo Cipriani in the run-up to the Luxury Law Summit next week.
Gucci and Guess have agreed to end a global legal battle in an agreement over Gucci's iconic "G".
Levi Strauss accuses fashion designer Kenzo of red tab trademark infringement
Fashion house Prada, which sells high-end alligator designs, has been pulled deeper into a $2 million legal dispute over 700 young alligators and 26 full-grown alligators.
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