Resell. Recycle. Rent. The growing circular economy of fashion can extend the lifecycle of apparel and accessories, but the market innovations that are changing the way we wear are also raising new legal issues. Are there limits on using trademarks to advertise secondary market sales? Do post-consumer products raise consumer safety concerns? Is there a legal downside to upcycling? Join companies and counsel considering these questions and more at our upcoming Fashion Law Institute panel, "Re:Fashion - Legal Issues in the Circular Economy."
DATE: Thursday, October 25, 2018
TIME: 6:00-7:15pm (reception 5:30pm)
PLACE: Bateman Room, 2nd Floor, Fordham Law School, 150 W. 62nd Street
NYS CLE: 1.5 hours professional practice, transitional and non-transitional
- Julie Golden, ADAY
- John Maltbie and Jana Checa Chong, Louis Vuitton
- Allyson Tenney, U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission
- Sonia Valdez, eBay
- Gail Wheeler, Hermès
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