ialci to publish book on fashion law
“Luxury law and fashion law”
ialci’s future book on fashion law and luxury law, scheduled for publication in 2016, will focus on the main legal issues faced by the luxury goods and fashion industries, in particular on intellectual property protection and enforcement; financings and corporate structures; distribution channels; tax optimisation of global revenues and tax free shopping; regulations applying to models and free lancers working in the fashion and luxury industries; incentivising packages for fashion designers; e-commerce and cyber-counterfeiting.
Fashion law has developed exponentially since the early naughties as ialci’s president, Annabelle Gauberti, explained to AFP journalist, Eric Randolph, in his article “Fashion law is becoming a ridiculously profitable industry”.
The publication of ialci’s future book on fashion law will provide a practical approach incorporating specific advice and case law in respect of luxury maisons and fashion businesses, as well as their suppliers, manufacturers, service providers, and will contain an overview of the legal framework applicable to fashion and luxury brand owners, in the main jurisdictions where they operate.
Fashion law is now a fully-recognised branch of the legal field and it is time that a book be written on fashion law, from a global standpoint.
If you are a ialci member and would like to take part in drafting, editing and the publication of ialci’s future book on fashion law and luxury law, please fill out the form to contact ialci, and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
ialci’s executive committee is very keen to line up a group of committed lawyers and law students, all members of ialci, dedicated to write all the chapters relating to fashion law of this upcoming book.
If you would like to join ialci in order to take part in the drafting, editing and publication of ialci’s future book on fashion law and luxury law, please fill out the form to join ialci, and we will get back to you as soon as possible.