Fashion

Branding is paramount to the success of any fashion house. The need to build a strong brand and protect it from counterfeiting, brand dilution, and infringement is integral. Cataliotti Law P.C. counsels its fashion, home, and accessories clients about immigration matters, as well as developing an intellectual property strategy that best suits their needs, including obtaining trademark and copyright registrations when necessary, in order to allow the business to grow without limitation.

Once branding is organized, the next step is to develop and ultimately, license the brand that has been created. By representing rights management companies, brand owners, and those entities and individuals seeking brand licenses across the world, Michael Cataliotti has experience in working with both high-end and large-scale licensing transactions, as well as smaller-scale licensing agreements across cultures, time zones, and languages.

Additionally, for the international fashion designer, creative director, technical designer, pattern maker or any other member of her or his team, a fundamental question she or her may ask is, “Do I need a visa to enter the U.S. to build my business or work for this company?” In light of the current climate, it is important to be mindful of which options will be best for her or him to enter the United States. Michael Cataliotti frequently works with individuals, their partners and colleagues, as well as their employers and employees to determine whether a visa is necessary and if so, which option will be best.

We would welcome the opportunity to discuss any or all of these matters with you by scheduling an initial consultation. We would also welcome the opportunity to discuss fabrics, mills, and trends: we’re frequent readers of Promostyl and Harper’s Bazaar, after all!

Do you require entry to the US in 60 days or less? (required)

Fashion

Branding is paramount to the success of any fashion house. The need to build a strong brand and protect it from counterfeiting, brand dilution, and infringement is integral. Cataliotti Law P.C. counsels its fashion, home, and accessories clients about immigration matters, as well as developing an intellectual property strategy that best suits their needs, including obtaining trademark and copyright registrations when necessary, in order to allow the business to grow without limitation.

Once branding is organized, the next step is to develop and ultimately, license the brand that has been created. By representing rights management companies, brand owners, and those entities and individuals seeking brand licenses across the world, Michael Cataliotti has experience in working with both high-end and large-scale licensing transactions, as well as smaller-scale licensing agreements across cultures, time zones, and languages.

Additionally, for the international fashion designer, creative director, technical designer, pattern maker or any other member of her or his team, a fundamental question she or her may ask is, “Do I need a visa to enter the U.S. to build my business or work for this company?” In light of the current climate, it is important to be mindful of which options will be best for her or him to enter the United States. Michael Cataliotti frequently works with individuals, their partners and colleagues, as well as their employers and employees to determine whether a visa is necessary and if so, which option will be best.

We would welcome the opportunity to discuss any or all of these matters with you by scheduling an initial consultation. We would also welcome the opportunity to discuss fabrics, mills, and trends: we’re frequent readers of Promostyl and Harper’s Bazaar, after all!

Do you require entry to the US in 60 days or less? (required)