A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO FASHION LAW AND COMPLIANCE

Deanna Clark-Esposito

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EBOOK

ISBN:
9781501322907
Published:
MAR 08, 2018
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Paperback 9781501322891

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The Book

This book provides a fresh approach to building a fashion business. I believe that both academics and startup businesses would find this book useful.Karen Edwards, University of South Carolina, USA

I think that this text will be very useful to anyone working in fashion. I would certainly recommend it as reference reading to MBA students and to undergraduates who are taking entrepreneurship courses.Thomai Serdari, New York University, USA

Learn how to protect your business through prevention with a fashion compliance program. The book takes a merchandise-centric “how-to” approach. It explains the laws related to fashion compliance including, labeling, marketing, testing, importing and exporting, record keeping, and more. Written by a fashion-law expert, the book includes interviews with professionals and discusses the European Union apparel label law, as well as relevant United States’ laws, to help you run your fashion business.



Table of Contents

Preface
Foreword
1. Protecting Your Business with Fashion Compliance
2. Consumer Safety and Product Labeling Guidance
3. Intellectual Property: Protection, Enforcement and Hidden Issues
4. Marketing Compliance
5. Product Compliance: Flammability Testing and Issues Specific to Children's Products
6. Importing and Fair Trade
7. Export Best Practices
8. Working With Transportation Providers
9. Sustainable Fashion
10. Emerging Fashion Industry Issues
Glossary
Index



About The Authors

Deanna Clark-Esposito is the Managing Attorney of the Clark-Esposito Law Firm, P.C. in New York City covering fashion, international trade, transportation and other legal matters. She is an Executive Member of Fashion Group International (NY) and the President of the New York chapter of the Organization of Women in International Trade. She teaches at the Fashion Institute of Technology and is an avid presenter with several organizations, including the US Small Business Administration. Deanna is a native of San Francisco and resides in New York City.

Format:
eBook
Imprint:
Fairchild Books
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