Law à la Mode — special edition: INTA 2014
DLA Piper’s fashion, retail and design group are pleased to bring you this special edition of Law à la Mode, marking the 136th International Trademark Association’s annual meeting in Hong Kong.
In this special edition, we focus on a number of topical issues for brand owners. Reflecting the firm’s global footprint, the contributions come from geographically diverse locations, including France, Russia, London, Hong Kong and Italy.
Our group’s lawyers from across the globe have two things in common: a passion and enthusiasm for the fashion and retail sectors and extensive experience in the legal work important to the sectors. Our group members with experience in trademark and branding issues are at this year’s INTA Annual Meeting and have enjoyed meeting with many of you during the conference…
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Analysis from The Lawyer
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