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Fashion Industry

Ankhi-Krol Law offers exceptional legal services in the exciting and ever-evolving field of fashion law. The founder, Shahrina Ankhi-Krol, Esq., is well-versed in the legal intricacies of the fashion industry, including intellectual property protection, licensing agreements, and contract negotiations.


Ankhi-Krol Law prides itself on staying up-to-date with the latest trends and legal developments in the fashion world, ensuring that its clients receive the best possible representation. Whether you are a fashion designer, model, influencer, or business owner, Ankhi-Krol Law has the expertise to guide you through the legal challenges of the industry. With her passion for fashion and commitment to excellence, Shahrina Ankhi-Krol is the go-to attorney for all your fashion law needs.

Ankhi-Krol Law's focus on Fashion Law arises from our founder's personal passion for the fashion industry. While Shahrina Ankhi-Krol dabbled in fashion design during her earlier years, she recognized that her talent would be better utilized in a different profession. Her exposure to the fashion industry from an early age has enabled her to connect with fashion business owners in a manner that other attorneys cannot match. As a Fashion Lawyer, she has worked with numerous designers across the country and has delivered several talks on brand protection for fashion-related businesses at The Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) in New York City. At Ankhi-Krol Law, we offer personalized attention to our clients to assist them in expanding their fashion businesses. 

Ankhi-Krol Law handles all aspects of your fashion business, from concept to conclusion.

Below are some examples of how Ankhi-Krol Law can help you.

  • Select the correct legal entity type for your fashion business (LLC; Corporation; partnership; etc...)

  • Start your fashion business 

  • Review, draft, and/or negotiate fashion business contracts

  • Breach of contract issues

  • Protect your fashion business name, logo, and/or slogan through the use of trademark law

  • Protect your original fashion-related work (ie: book; artwork; photography; etc...) through the use of copyright law

  • Prosecute and defend trademark and copyright infringement

  • Send cease and desist letters

  • Respond to cease and desist letters

  • Minimize chances of legal mishap by utilizing proactive legal tools

  • License trademark and/or copyright related to your fashion business

  • Demand letters and litigation 

  • Assist in the sale or dissolution of your fashion business

...and more

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