Published Mar. 13, 2014
Do you have a retail or e-commerce store? Do you sell through sites like Etsy®? If so, do you know what laws your business should be following? Do you want to learn how to protect your brand? Are you concerned about preserving your brand’s reputation after trademark registration?
Join attorneys Laurie Marshall, Esq. and Deanna Clark, Esq. for a fashion law presentation on how to protect your brand’s identity through trademark registration. Learn ways to protect the life of your business through the implementation of a fashion compliance program.
This webinar is ideal for anyone who is interested in getting in to the fashion business or needs a refresher on fashion compliance. It is recommended for both experienced and start up retailers, e-commerce sellers, and importers/exporters.
Host: SCORE Association
Deanna Clark-Esposito, Esq. is a Partner at Schrier Shayne Koenig Samberg & Ryne in New York City where she practices International Trade and Fashion Compliance Law addressing the business issues that impact these industries.
Deanna provides customized fashion, product, marketing, labeling, and import/export compliance solutions, to clients including retailers, importers, exporters, e-commerce sellers, fashion designers, customs brokers, freight forwarders and transportation providers.
Deanna is an adjunct professor at NYC’s Fashion Institute of Technology (F.I.T.) in its International Trade and Marketing Dept. where she teaches International Business Law.
Laurie Marshall is a trademark attorney and President and Founder of Marshall Law Group - Trademarks The Spot
, which helps small businesses and entrepreneurs with the legal aspects of branding their company. She has been practicing for over 17 years and for a large part of her career handled the trademarks for Major League Baseball.
Laurie currently represents many MLB clubs as well as hundreds of small businesses and entrepreneurs in a variety of industries. Additionally, she handles many clients for Daymond John's Success Academy. She also speaks regularly on the Legal Aspects of Branding a Small Business at events and conferences throughout the US.