I am delighted to invite you to our annual Fashion Law seminar, which takes place in London on Tuesday 15 October.
Registration is at 6:00pm and the programme and further details are below. The formal programme will end at 7:30pm, when we will conclude with networking drinks and canapés. This seminar is free to attend.
The High Street in the post-stuff age: How instore fashion retail can survive and prosper and why online is not
the be all and end all Guest speaker, Simon Carter, Managing Director of Simon Carter.
GDPR: the five key issues for fashion businesses when managing staff members’ personal data Helen
Farr, Employment Partner, Fox Williams.
Retail fit for purpose: In and out of fashion Guest speaker, James Child, Head of Retail and Industrial Research at
Prices and the law: Where are we in maintaining and imposing resale prices on buyers – and will Brexit make
any difference? Stephen Sidkin, Commercial Law Partner, Fox Williams.
Chair: Stephen Sidkin, partner and chair of Fashion Law Group at Fox Williams.
The seminar will be lively and there will be a great opportunity to network with others from the fashion industry.
We do hope you can join us.
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Date: Tuesday 15 October 2019
Time: Registration: 6.00 for 6:30pm
Seminar begins: 6.30pm
Seminar ends: 7.30pm, followed by drinks and canapés
Location: Fox Williams, 10 Finsbury Square, London, EC2A 1AF
Our guest speakers:
Simon Carter founded his brand in 1985 when he created a collection of brooches inspired by his finds in the Chelsea antique markets. By the early 90s Simon earned the soubriquet ‘The King of Cufflinks’ and was selling across the globe.
Over the following years the company grew to include luggage, ties and menswear. Distribution of the brand now includes Liberty and Harvey Nichols.
James Child is head of retail and industrial research at Estates Gazette with experience in UK commercial property
market analysis. James specialises in the analysis of occupier, planning, investment and development trends in the retail and industrial real estate sector.
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