Fashion Law Lifestyle YouTube

May 2016

As a way to start pushing this fashion law blog more into a lifestyle one with a fashion law lens, I have started to accept offers of products to review and demo. My reviews are and will continue to be done in compliance with FTC regulations and I never guarantee a favorable review.

I am new to filming so I thank you in advance if you decide to find me on YouTube and bear with me through my learning. I just hope you enjoy my insight or demos of products I enjoy or have tried. Most products featured will be for a general young professional audience but there will also be products that I personally wanted to try.

So while one of my videos was about DIY pre-workout gummy bears and another about the FlipBelt zipper edition, I have just made an #ArmBloodPressureMonitor review. I have high blood pressure so I was happy to receive this item in exchange for my honest and unbiased review.

Fashion Law Copyright Design Cheer

May 2016

Sixth Circuit case covers conceptual separability over the copyrightability of cheerleading uniform designs.

On August 19, 2015, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit ruled that decorative cheerleading uniform designs are copyrightable.

Specifically, the majority concluded that the stripes, chevrons, zigzags, and color block designs on the uniform in question are protectable because those visual elements are conceptually separable from the “utilitarian aspects” of the uniforms.

Suggested: Fabric copyright fashion law case

But this fashion law saga does not end there. The Supreme Court will review this issue.

Supreme Court Considering Whether Cheer Uniforms Are Protectable Art Continue Reading…

The Truth Behind Steph Curry’s Fashion Law Deals

May 2016

Did Nike pass on “the new Jordan” due to religion?

Nike definitely dropped the ball on its fashion law deal with Stephen Curry.

After Nike and Curry did not renew their endorsement contract, there was speculation that Nike did not want Curry writing religious quotes on his sneakers.

But the deal did not fall through over religion.

The Truth Behind Steph Curry's Sponsorship

Curry puts the Bible quote “I can do all things…” on his sneakers.

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Some Brands Sell Sex. Some Brands Sell Slaves.

April 2016

Someone thought it was a good idea to sell slave shirts.

Slave Shirts by Wasted Heroes

Slave shirts on ASOS

After receiving online criticism, ASOS removed the slave shirts from its online marketplace. The slave shirts are not actually manufactured by ASOS; the shirts are made by Wasted Heroes (the brand is online but I fear giving the company any link cred). Continue Reading…

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