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Fashion Law Update – November 2021 edition
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Mike Tyson Sues Australian Streetwear Brand Culture Kings
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White House Provides Guidance on “Made in America” Executive Order

Fashion Law Update – November 2021 edition

Fashion is the armor to survive the reality of everyday life

Bill Cunningham

In this edition of Fashion Law, we look at the emerging and evolving trends within the retail, luxury goods and fashion sectors post COVID-19 around the world.

In this edition, we focus on a few themes which include:

  • Navigating a fashion brand’s transition to direct to consumer
  • Important updates for brands selling goods in Europe
  • Managing supply chain risk – the U.S. perspective
  • Consumer Law in Australia
  • What’s happening in fashion intellectual property?
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Mike Tyson Sues Australian Streetwear Brand Culture Kings

Mike Tyson, the famous former boxer, has sued Australian streetwear brand Culture Kings and its founders. Mr Tyson alleges the respondents have engaged in misleading and deceptive conduct under the Australian Consumer Law for using his name, nicknames and likeness to sell t-shirts, without his permission. Mr Tyson alleges that Culture Kings’ t-shirts bear images of him, his name as well as his monikers “Iron Mike”, and “Kid Dynamite”.

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White House Provides Guidance on “Made in America” Executive Order

By Susan Kayser and Lauren Burke

On June 11, 2021, the White House issued initial guidance on how President Biden’s January 25, 2021 “Executive Order on Ensuring the Future Is Made in All of America by All of America’s Workers” (“Order”) will be implemented.  The Order aims to ensure that the federal government is spending taxpayer money on American-made goods, by American workers, and with American-made component parts.  This is significant considering the nearly $600 billion the federal government spends annually. 

The “Made in America Office” (MIAO) established by the Order is within the Office of Management and Budget (OMB).  The MIAO will review any exceptions from or waivers of Made in America Laws filed by government agencies.  The renewed focus on “Made in America” as implemented by the MIAO will likely influence enforcement of Made in America claims as well.

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