Fashion Law Blog > "To Plan or Not to Plan" by Steven J. Rabinowitz
Lease negotiations and the desire to get a retail store ready for opening day: In one corner the prospective store tenant; in the other, the prospective landlord.
Phillips Nizer Honored by the NYC Chapter of the American Business Women's Association
On April 15, the firm was presented with a gift of thanks for its support. Accepting on the firm's behalf was managing partner Marc Landis and counsel Lonica Smith.
Marc A. Landis Awarded for Distinguished Achievement in Legal and Community Services
The award, one of City & State's major Corporate Social Responsibility honors, recognized his and the firm’s commitment to pro bono efforts.
Fashion Law Blog > "The Conformist" by Alan Behr
In fashion licenses, elasticity in expectations can become the subject of negotiation.
Fashion Law Blog > "Millennials Sure Don’t Shop the Way Their Parents Did" by Helene Freeman
Fashion brands and retailers, and the fundamental shift in consumer behavior. For Millennials, on-line shopping is a highly social and communal activity.
Fashion Law Blog > "Can I Use The Photographs? (Part 3)" by Helene M. Freeman
Brands are often tempted to copy photos from the internet of celebrities with their items to their website, social media page or ads. But, they may run afoul of right of privacy or publicity…