fashion industry enables you to thrive on your innovations
and originality. Yet, this same industry can also be stifling
unless you form the proper corporate entity, raise capital
efficiently (within federal and state regulations), build
value in your trademark, and sign only beneficial contracts.
Often, new designers are eager to jump into the first opportunity
presented, however, this may not always be beneficial. Fashion
law clients should turn to an experienced lawyer who can
address your needs as an individual or corporation, help
you execute a variety of financing options, maintain your
trademarks and copyrights, and negotiate licensing, manufacturing,
franchise, and other contracts.
Faux edited the American Bar Association's Legal Guide
to Fashion Design and authored its chapters on copyright
and trademark creation. He has experience navigating the
visions of handbag designers, bespoke tailors, milliners,
jewelers, accessory designers, photographers, and more whether
new to the industry or a Fashion Week veteran, the law office
has experience helping designers manage their corporate
and legal needs in order to free up time and money to be
used in their collections.
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