Law à la Mode: Issue 11 — Fall 2013

Welcome to Law à la Mode, the 11th edition of DLA Piper’s quarterly e-magazine from the fashion, retail and design group. Law à la Mode brings together the latest industry news, comment and legal updates. 

The Fall issue of Law à la Mode is brought to you by DLA Piper’s US editorial team. 

Highlights include protection issues surrounding the use of designers’ names as brands, proposed new labour rules for child models in the US, fundamental changes to UK copyright law and an exclusive interview with Mark Cross president and chief executive officer Neal Fox. DLA Piper also examines the use of patents in the fashion industry and takes a look at the use of international arbitration in fashion and retail disputes… 

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