Starting Off 2015 with a Bang

Happy New Year Fashionistas!  Already 2015 is scheduled to be an exciting and busy year!

CanadaFashionLaw has some great news to share!

1. Presentation at the Toronto Fashion Incubator (January 26)

CanadaFashionLaw is delighted to be a mentor with the Toronto Fashion Incubator.  As part of her ‘mentor-ly’ duties, CanadaFashionLaw will be presenting at TFI on how designers can best protect their fashion designs.  If you’re looking to sign up, click here.

2. Annual General Meeting for the Fashion Group International (January 27)

Save the date for FGI’s AGM, which will be held on January 27.  CanadaFashionLaw is delighted to be nominated as co-chair for FGI, along with Roger Gingerich of Gingerich Group.

If one of your new year resolutions is to roll up your sleeves and get involved in the fashion community, these are 2 of the top fashion organizations in Canada!

If you attend either or both of these events, be sure to say hi!

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Gilbert’s Celebrates TIFF

CanadaFashionLaw is blessed to work at a different kind of law firm.  Gilbert’s LLP is teaming up with Black Card Events to celebrate fashion, film and art at its Toronto International Film Festival party on Thursday September 4.

We’d love to see you there!

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Handbook to Social Media and Internet Laws

If your business is online and uses social media as part of its customer service/marketing strategy (and let’s face it, whose isn’t), you may be interested in a book that was recently released by Lexis Nexis. It’s a handy book that sets out the legal issues that can arise (stemming from creating social media policies, employment issues, domain name disputes, privacy considerations, and e-commerce).

CanadaFashionLaw was delighted to be a contributing author for this text book.

If you’d like to get your hands on a copy, click here.