IP Lawyer's Practice Is Fashion-Forward

, New York Law Journal

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Karen Artz Ash, national co-head of Katten Muchin's intellectual property practice, focuses on fashion law, representing such clients as Donna Karan and Loehmann's. Her position has taken her to New York fashion week shows for the past nine years, where she keeps abreast of what makes her clients' designs and products truly unique.

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  • Owen

    This was really necessary because we have observed some people has emulating the original designer wear in a manner that to it is difficult recognize the contrast between the fake one and the original one. Yet, I found a store that provides all real brands- view website.

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