We believe that our knowledge of the fashion and luxury goods makes our law firm quite unique in Italy.
Internet, social media and globalisation have revolutionised the luxury goods market and many business models and agreements have undergone radical change.
Our firm offers our clients expertise in negotiating and drafting contracts which are very fashion specific. We guide our clients through the drafting of agreements with designers, stylists, influencers, talents, photographers, video makers, bloggers, vloggers and partners including distributors, agents, licensees, franchisees, manufacturers from all over the world and often collaborate with International law firms.
We support our clients in developing their retail networks in Italy and abroad, in e-commerce, and also in managing and protecting their brand reputation on social media and internet.
We are committed to being a point of reference for leaders of the fashion world. We assist on some of the most powerful companies and people in the fashion business according to Forbes and Business of Fashion. Thanks to our deep knowledge of the industry we can connect people of the fashion business and assist in the search for partners throughout the world.
We are sponsor of the “Luxury Law Summit“, the global forum organized by The Global Legal Post, that brings together leading international luxury brands and their legal advisors to discuss the sector’s challenges and opportunities. On April 2nd, 2019 we were honoured to award with the “Luxury Business In-House General Counsel of the Year” Rémi Leonforte, Kering Group.
Due to her acknowledged expertise in fashion law, Marella Naj-Oleari lectures on the post -graduate course of Fashion Law held by both the Milan and Florence Universities of Law. She lectures at workshops, seminars and conferences, one of the latest “Fashion bloggers and influencers: legal issues in a digital world“, Confindustria Moda, 6 June 2018.