The American Bar Association's Legal Guide to Fashion Design
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Fashion design is a tough business you ve spent years developing skills in the art and execution of apparel, and now you need to protect and market your creations. The American Bar Association's Legal Guide to Fashion Design is the authoritative handbook you need to make your way through creation to copyright to clothing store. Each chapter contains a general roadmap for one phase of the fashion design business:
*Copyright and Fashion
*Forming Your Business
*Funding in Fashion
Included in each chapter are the relevant forms, agreements, and contracts for that phase of production or sales, from model runway releases to nondisclosure agreements for manufacturers to sample trademark applications. Written by experienced lawyers who work closely with fashion designer clients, this Legal Guide to Fashion Design is the inside guide to the process of taking an idea and creating and selling a product perfect for entertainment and intellectual property lawyers; art, design, trade, and law schools; and burgeoning artists with an idea, in need of a guide to get them to inception.
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