LUXURY LAW SUMMIT AMERICAS 2020
A new era for luxury – surviving and thriving post Pandemic in the Americas
As the luxury marketplace undergoes unprecedented flux in the face of a global pandemic, this year’s Luxury Law Summit Americas is a unique opportunity for general counsel and inhouse legal teams to discuss experiences and share insights on the new normal for this sector.
The virtual event on 3 December brings together the leading luxury brands and offers unrivalled access to this niche but very lucrative legal market in a safe and stimulating virtual environment.
Topics to be discussed include:
With COVID 19 dictating the journey, how can luxury companies pivot to transform their business and set the dial for future success? Vanessa Friedman, head of fashion at the New York Times, will discuss trends and share her insights on how success looks.
General counsel from the world’s leading brands including fashion, jewellery, food, travel and hotels, will discuss the hottest issues on the agenda for luxury companies whilst luxury founders will talk luxury futures and how to reshape luxury.
Delegates also get a unique insight from LVMH general counsel Louise Firestone and her team into how the iconic brand LVMH manages its legal affairs at an interesting time for the company.
From the latest on data, privacy, labor law, e-commerce, technology, property and insolvency to brand protection, crisis management and trade talks, the event provides the latest thinking on regulatory risk in the business of luxury and legal updates across the Americas.
Important: please note that rates quoted above do not include VAT at 20% plus booking fees. These are added at point of purchase.