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Wearable technology: IP opportunities and risks – LimeGreen Live webinar

Join us on 16 or 21 August for the fourth in our LimeGreen Live webinar series in conjunction with the Hogan Lovells Consumer Industry Sector Group. This webinar will explore the IP opportunities and risks for businesses operating in, or looking to enter the wearable technology market. Our presenters will discuss the lifecycle of a wearable technology product, from building or

Covering up doesn’t get you off the hook – criminal liability for the import of counterfeit branded clothing

German Federal Court of Justice, ref. no. 5 StR 554/17 Counterfeiters typically make tremendous efforts to cover up their identity and the details of their actions. By doing so, they aim to both prevent trademark owners from bringing civil law claims as well as to avoid criminal prosecution through law enforcement authorities. The German Federal Court

Italy: IP Law Firm of the Year – Legalcommunity IP & TMT Awards

We are delighted to announce that in the Legalcommunity IP&TMT Awards in Milan this week, we were awarded IP Law Firm of the Year. “…market excellence in reputation, experience and professional knowledge. Particularly active in Fashion and Luxury” This award swiftly follows our Italian IP and TMT colleagues’ TopLegal Industry Awards just last week and is further recognition

Wearable-tech turns luxury as designer brands collaborate with tech firms

In August’s issue of Jewellery Focus, Mark Marfé, a senior lawyer in our IPMT practice in London, was interviewed on the rise of wearable technology. The wearable market has seen an increase in “luxury” products as well as an expansion from wrist pieces to voice recorder necklaces, fitness tracker brooches and even rings that monitor

From Fast Fashion to Wearable Technology – the pro’s and con’s of today’s licensing and collaboration in the fashion industry

Moschino’s inspired use of one of the world’s  best known fast-food brands in its 2014 Autumn/Winter Collection has been a run-away success, with handbags, iPhone cases, sweaters and backpacks already sold out. Some critics have accused Moschino of mocking the working class, who could not afford to buy luxury products but far from damaging the