Presented by Thomas Jefferson School of Law in association with the Entertainment Law Society and Intellectual Property Law Association
From the Catwalk to the Courthouse: Business, Law & the Fashion Industry
Friday, November 15, 2013
4:00 - 6:00 PM, Room 323
RSVP by Nov. 13 at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Event is Free
1.75 Hours of General MCLE Credits Available
Reception from 6-7 PM on the 2nd Floor
Creative and innovative ideas are at the core of the fashion industry, from the creation of the corset to Lady Gaga’s infamous meat ensemble. However, the theft and unauthorized copying of fashion designs remains a persistent problem, reflecting, some would say, the law’s failure to adequately protect fashionable works. This remarkable forum will provide insight and explore business and legal issues arising from fashion creation. Our talented collection of speakers includes Deborah Greaves, the General Counsel for True Religion, as well as leading industry experts and fashinonistas, all of whom will inspire a stylish event taking on issues from the catwalk to the courtroom.
Produced and hosted by
Professor Kevin Jerome “KJ” Greene
Chanel DiBlasi, Entertainment Law Society President
TJSL J.D. Candidate 2015
Michelle Ribaudo, TJSL J.D. Candidate 2015
True Religion Apparel, Inc.