Famous logos often appear in modified forms and unexpected places, from art galleries to tattoos. Brand recognition in these instances is nearly universal; the reaction of viewers and frequently “bitten” trademark holders is anything but. And while public commentary about art, parody, fair use, and infringement can be loud and passionate, especially in the echo chambers of the internet, parties with different views on the unauthorized transformation of trademarks rarely speak directly, thoughtfully, and candidly with one another. Until now. Please join us for a Fashion Week panel discussion, “Art Attacks: Perspectives on the Use of Fashion Logos.”
DATE: Friday, February 8
TIME: 9:30-10:45am (breakfast at 9am)
PLACE: Fordham Law School, 140 W. 62nd Street, room 430B/C
NYS CLE credit (attorneys): 1.5 hours professional practice, transitional & non-transitional
- Anna Dalla Val, Esq. (Ralph Lauren)
- David De Buck (De Buck Gallery)
- Marisa Kakoulas, Esq. (Needles and Sins)
- Michael Pantalony, Esq.
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