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9th October 2020

FASHION LAW SEMINAR 2020

COMMON LAW VERSUS CIVIL LAW
A PRATICAL DISCUSSION ON THE MOST IMPORTANT LEGAL ISSUES FOR FASHION BRANDS IN THE U.K. AND EUROPEAN CONTEXTS: FROM IP, TO DATA PROTECTION, E-TAILING AND INFLUENCER MARKETING. 

ACCREDITED TO THE ORDER OF LAWYERS OF MILAN, 4 TRAINING CREDITS​

ONE DAY SEMINAR: 9th OF OCTOBER. 2020

Fashion represents one of the most globalized industries. Not just IP, but several issues are related to processes, markets and customer bases across countries, thus across different contexts: from civil law to common law. Europe is home the biggest luxury conglomerates, like LVMH, Kering and Richemont, whose combined turnover, addressed to all the markets of the world, is higher than €80Billion. Along with this, by 2022, the UK fashion market alone will be worth $65Billion. Several Italian fashion brands, from SMEs to big conglomerates have established successful branches in the U.K and other common-law based countries. Yet, more international investments are expected, stimulated by the ever-increasing importance of e-commerce, data protection, social media platforms, influencers marketing and the highly complex geo-political context.

In recognition of this, along with the need for fashion brands of addressing to an global scenario composed of markets in which different Law Systems are applied, the “2020 FASHION LAW SEMINAR” is aimed at providing the participants the most updated practical information, benchmarks and field expertise concerning the most relevant aspects with a double focus: Common Law versus Civil Law legal frameworks. From Intellectual Property, to e-commerce, up to the most recent regulations for influencers’ marketing, the Seminar will adopt a comparative perspective and case-oriented methodology, in order to provide participants with specialist knowledge to protect and enforce brands’ immaterial assets, devise an effective e-commerce strategy while complying with applicable legislation and leverage the role of influencers in the digital marketing arena.

The Seminar is carried out by Milano Fashion Institute Faculty, in collaboration with international Professionals, Senior Legal Consuels and Dual Lawyers.
 

Seminar date: 9 October 2020, from 9.00am to 5.00pm (registrations will open at 8.30am)
Director: Maria Lillà Montagnani
Guest Speakers: Lawyer Aurelio Assenza, Dr. Nicola Guerini, Lawyer Massimo Maggiore, Solicitor Steven Sidkin
Start of registration: 30 September, 2019
End of registration: 30 September, 2020
Duration: 1 full-time day. A certificate of the program is provided to Participants
Location: Milan, Campus Bovisa Politecnico

Value of the course: 325 € (22% VAT included)
A reduced value equal to 229 € (22% VAT included) is available, while seats last, for: Students enrolled at MFI, Milano Fashion Institute Alumni, former Students of Milano Fashion Institute Short Courses,  University current Students.

The Course is completely in English.
During the whole course an Italian - English bilingual Teaching Assistant is available for both Italian and foreign students.

ACCREDITED TO THE ORDER OF LAWYERS OF MILAN, 4 TRAINING CREDITS​

EDUCATIONAL GOALS

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Milano Fashion Institute, through this seminar, addresses the most current legal issues for Fashion Brands in Europe and in the United Kingdom.

COURSE DESCRIPTION

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An important practical approach to tackle international issues.

FACULTY

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Lawyers and professionals of the sector are together to convey their knowledge and skills.

APPLICATION

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