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Rosie Burbidge
👩🏻‍⚖️ Intellectual property () lawyer & partner | 📖 Author & blogger | Tweets:
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Gerrish Legal Jun 21
A new French law bans the publication of statistical information regarding judges' decisions. Read more about the new Justice Reform Act.
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Rosie Burbidge Jun 21
What happens when an influencer stages a 'surprise' engagement weekend? Not a huge amount in brand sponsorship but quite a lot in terms of newspaper column inches. Lots of legal issues inc confidentiality in the leaked pitch
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Rosie Burbidge Jun 21
My thoughts on the impact of Facebook's new Libra blockchain based currency have reached the Information Age: - thanks to
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FashionLawLondon Jun 19
Ready to catch up with the latest fashion (law) trends? Our next event will be held in London on 18 October and feature leading luxury experts, industry disruptors and those responsible for the online success of some of the best-known brands! Details 👇
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Rosie Burbidge Jun 19
Can’t wait :)
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Alexandra D-S Jun 19
Quite excited about organising an informal 'takeover' of a central London old man's pub by a group of amazing women in the creative sector tonight. cc
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Rosie Burbidge Jun 18
Huge thanks to for hosting me in wonderful Ljubljana, Slovenia. It was a pleasure to talk about fashion law with so many inspiring creatives & so great to hear about the many exciting Slovenian fashion businesses (I also loved exploring the city!)
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Rosie Burbidge Jun 18
Libra: Facebook launches cryptocurrency in bid to shake up global finance - Facebook adds the FCA & similar orgs to the list of regulators following is every move. A balanced regulatory regime in the pipeline?
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Rosie Burbidge Jun 13
Replying to @lefashiontech
Laurenti! Come on, let’s be honest a Fendi bag will last longer than one from Ikea 😉
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Rosie Burbidge Jun 13
Replying to @rosieburbidge
It all seems to be the fault of Instagram - at least if the opening video is anything to go by. The background music to the video is a parody of the music played at Zoolander style fashion shows with a side order of AbFab
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Rosie Burbidge Jun 13
The last session of the day is about the death of fashion!
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Rosie Burbidge Jun 13
Legal design - translate documents into a user friendly way like a comic strip to get to the point. Using apps to create contracts
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Rosie Burbidge Jun 13
Due diligence more important now in house - make this more user friendly as far as checking suppliers are concerned. This is a good opportunity for legal tech to step in. Getting the key information provided quickly is important
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Rosie Burbidge Jun 13
What works well with private practice? Thinking about what’s relevant & giving clear and succinct responses to questions. Visually appealing with less words and clear information Stand out by looking at the business & setting out what would do for the business
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Rosie Burbidge Jun 13
In house lawyers are often project managers
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Rosie Burbidge Jun 13
Fast, responsive and to the point advice is the key for external lawyers. If you have questions - pick up the phone!
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Rosie Burbidge Jun 13
In house - using external firms is a good balance as legal specialist needs change over time
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Rosie Burbidge Jun 13
Replying to @rosieburbidge
Partnering with artisans is crucial at Fendi - it’s a symbiotic relationship
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Rosie Burbidge Jun 13
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If you don’t have end to end control of the supply chain, be careful about what you’re promising
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Rosie Burbidge Jun 13
Working with brands at Selfridges - the approach depends on the nature of the issue. Department stores don’t sell their own products so it’s harder to control in some ways but depends on relationship with the brands
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