As you know, CanadaFashionLaw loves educating the fashion world about how intellectual property laws can be their best friend. We recently participated in a panel during Toronto’s Fashion Week, which was hosted by DHL Canada.
It seems as though poignant words of wisdom was shared and there was a significant amount of exposure. In fact, the Financial Post, Huffington Post, the Globe and Mail, Ottawa Citizen and the Winnipeg Free Press covered the event.
In the event that you’re interested in seeing what the panelists had to say, here’s a link to the Financial Post’s article.
Here’s a sneak peek into CanadaFashionLaw‘s upcoming speaking events:
1. Presenting at Ryerson University’s Fashion Zone on March 14 in Toronto.
2. Participating as a panelist at DHL’s Business of Fashion discussion on March 18 during Toronto Fashion Week.
3. Hosting a breakfast seminar for Fashion Group International on March 25 at the Thompson Hotel.
4. Participating as a panelist at the John Marshall Law School’s Fashion Law Symposium on April 11.
If you are able to pop into any of these events, it would be great to meet you!
Over the past few weeks, a number of publications have reached out to CanadaFashionLaw for our perspective on a number of issues in the fashion industry. Here’s a summary of the articles, if you’re interested in them:
1. The Genteel examined New York’s new legislation that better protects child models. Click here if you’re interested.
2. The World Intellectual Property Review explored the issues raised in the Canada Goose v. Sears case. Click here if you’re interested.
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