Fashion Law as a concept is new. The fashion industry across the globe has witnessed significant growth with new markets in China, India and Africa, enabling global brands to cash in on the ever growing middle classes which number close to 2 billion people. This number is a huge opportunity for fashion labels including both domestic and international. With the increase in fashion sense around the globe and with significant competition, brands have become very careful when it comes to protecting their vital Intellectual Property. International brand labels and leading domestic brand labels have been subject to design theft. ambush marketing and fake products that significantly affect their business. This is where Fashion Law comes into play.
This diploma course goes beyond our popular certificate course on Fashion Law elaborately discusses the concepts of IP protection in the fashion industry, negotiations in the fashion industry, the supply chain issues, crimes in the fashion industry as well as the redressal mechanism. The diploma also focuses on various Fashion Agreements as well as leading international legal disputes involving famous fashion brands like Christian Louboutin, Tarun Tahiliani, Gigi Hadid, Biba and the like