Top brands to explore new frontiers in luxury at London’s Luxury Law Summit  

Leading figures from Prada, Valentino, Net-a-Porter, Bremont and Cipriani all feature in speaker line-up 
The British Museum in London, England on May 5, 2015. The British Museum has a collection of over 8 million objects with over 80,000 on display

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Senior executives and founders from Prada, Valentino, Net-a-Porter, Bremont and Cipriani are among the headline speakers lined up for the 10th anniversary Luxury Law Summit, which takes place in June. 

New Frontiers is the theme for summit, to be held at the British Museum on 22 June, reflecting the drive by brands to pursue new digital strategies as the sector emerges from the Covid-19 pandemic.

Delegates will explore whether luxury is at the cusp of a new digital era, or risks being the victim of pandemic-induced hype; whether NFTs are a passing fad or here to stay; and where companies should draw the line between political activism and cultural awareness.

Featured speakers include Riccardo Frediani, French luxury group Kering’s head of IP; Stephen Webster, founder of Stephen Webster Jewellery; Arrigo Cipriani, chair of Cipriani International; Cristina de Dona, Prada’s group general counsel, and Giles and Nick English, co-founders of Bremont Watch Company.

In addition to main-stage sessions, the summit will include a choice of workshops, enabling delegates to tailor the agenda to suit their needs. Topics include trends affecting the global luxury marketplace, legal issues in the metaverse, luxury and the gaming sector, litigation trends, creating and protecting digital assets, luxury workplace issues, supply chain transparency and licensing strategies. 
The summit will culminate with the presentation of the Luxury Law Awards, which features awards for brands, in-house legal teams, and law firms and outside counsel, as well as the launch of the new book, Fashion Law 2022.  
Sponsors for the summit and awards include: AA Thornton, Asprey, Avisa Partners, Baker Mckenzie, Bird & Bird, Cervieri Monsuárez, Deloitte, Fox Rothschild, Greenberg Traurig, Hadef & Partners, Hogan Lovells, K&L Gates, Loeb & Loeb, McCarthy Tétrault, Mishcon de Reya, Taylor Wessing, Trevisan & Cuonzo, and Van Bael & Bellis. 
Click here to read the programme and here to book a place. For delegate enquiries email and to ask about sponsorship opportunities, email 

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