Law à la Mode: Fighting counterfeit fashion; Fashion models - crossing a thin line; and more

Issue 18

Law à la Mode Series

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The Australian editorial team is delighted to bring you the eighteenth edition of Law à la Mode, the quarterly legal magazine produced by DLA Piper’s Fashion, Retail and Design Group.

Read a selection of articles below, or download the full Law à la Mode as a pdf.

We hope you enjoy this edition of Law à la Mode. If you have any comments, please get in touch with the Fashion, Retail and Design Group via our email address: [email protected].

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  • The rise and fall of the Australian dollar
    16 DEC 2015

    Prior to 2014, the majority of large global retailers were electing to take a somewhat soft approach to their entry into the Australian retail market. By opening up websites locally and/or shipping to Australia via online means, overseas retailers were able to follow a low-cost, low-risk way of entering a new market to test the waters before investing further.

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  • Landmark case for counterfeit goods infringement in China
    16 DEC 2015

    In a recent landmark decision, the newly established Beijing Intellectual Property Court (Court) awarded the first ever maximum statutory damage under China’s new trademark law in favor of French-Italian luxury outwear maker Moncler, in its dispute against a domestic apparel company for trademark infringement and unfair competition.

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  • Top 5: UK’s Modern Slavery Act compliance
    16 DEC 2015

    The enactment in the UK of the Modern Slavery Act 2015, which aims to tackle the worryingly pervasive issues surrounding forced labor and human trafficking, has been welcomed and proactively backed by many large organizations, including the British Retail Consortium.

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  • 10 rules for online retailers in Turkey
    16 DEC 2015

    Enactments of new consumer protection legislation in Turkey is a hot topic. In 2014, the new Consumer Protection Law was entered into force, followed by its secondary legislation. In May of this year, the long expected Law on Regulation of Electronic Commerce was implemented.

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