ialci Law Of Luxury Goods And Fashion Seminar Series: Intellectual Property

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  • (1888PressRelease) January 19, 2015 - The International Association of Lawyers for the Creative Industries (ialci) is holding a seminar in the law of luxury goods and fashion series: "Intellectual property: how to protect, manage and monetise the know-how, intangible capital, brand image and reputation of luxury maisons and fashion brands". Intellectual property is an extremely valuable asset for fashion and luxury goods brands; this interactive seminar is essential for those interested in learning how to best safeguard and leverage those rights.

    ialci is delighted to announce that Catherine Palmer, General Counsel at Joseph Group, will deliver the keynote addresses at the seminar. The seminar will also bring together different perspectives from legal and business experts including Valérie Sonnier, Global Intellectual Property Director, LVMH, Alexander Rozycki, Barrister, 4-5 Gray's Inns Square, Gary McDowell, CEO France, NetNames, Michael Skrein, Partner, Reed Smith, Holger Alt, Partner, von Boetticher, Annabelle Gauberti, ialci President and Founding Partner, Crefovi, Jane Lambert, Barrister, 4-5 Gray's Inn Square and Elizabeth Cook, Head of Legal and Licensing, Ben Sherman.

    The seminar will offer insights and practical solutions for protecting, enforcing and exploiting intellectual property rights, including:
    - How to achieve maximum protection and enforcement strategies, within the constraints of a legal budget.
    - How to combat online and off-line counterfeiting across a portfolio of brands.
    - Non-legal tools for fighting against online intellectual property infringements.
    - How to protect personality and images in the UK and Rihanna's passing off claim against Topshop.
    - A concise guide to enforcing intellectual property rights across Europe.
    - Strategies for monetising the intangible property of luxury and fashion brands.

    The seminar, which is organised in partnership with Ladurée and Crefovi, will take place in the morning on Tuesday 10 February 2015 at the Pullman London St Pancras.

    Tickets for the seminar are €210. To book your place and for further information about the seminar, including a copy of the latest agenda please see: https://ialci.org/news/law-of-luxury-goods-series-intellectual-property/.

    About ialci
    ialci is dedicated to enhancing the collective legal and business knowledge of the creative industries. Through its events and publications, ialci aims to foster discussion about topical issues affecting the creative industries and offer practical guidance from industry experts. Membership to ialci is open to legal practitioners working in-house and in private practice, academics and law students. Further information about ialci can be found here: https://ialci.org/.

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