JMU has represented some of the most well-known names in the fashion industry as well as a number of smaller companies, providing a full range of legal activities including management and protection of intellectual property, contracts for agency and distribution, logistics coordination, professional agreements for services and consultancy, and the start-up of shops and showrooms. Nearly all of these projects were coordinated internationally.

  • Providing counsel to clients regarding use of the “made in Italy” label
  • Preparing contracts for the assignment of patents, trademarks and other intellectual property rights to and from foreign companies
  • Representing fashion designer concerning the design rights of leather products
  • Arguing against the non-authorized use of products in a fashion catalogue
  • Negotiating and drafting agreements with public relations companies specialized in fashion advertising
  • Assisting client for the set-up of a corner-shop in a store and for the relative supply of products agreement
  • Providing counsel to a UK company regarding the opening of a shop in Florence
  • Representing a UK company concerning the negotiation and drafting of agreements with a Korean company for the design and development of leather products
  • Representing client in a dispute for logistic services
  • Assisting client for the application of a EU trademark
  • Defending client in a dispute concerning U.S. import sanctions