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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 unique characteristics of intellectual property protection, licensing agreements, and contract negotiations.


Ms. Ankhi-Krol is up-to-date with the latest trends and legal developments in the fashion world, ensuring that her clients receive the best possible representation. Whether you are a fashion designer, model, influencer, or business owner, Ankhi-Krol Law has the right tools to guide you through the legal challenges of the industry. With her excitement to work with fashion businesses and her commitment to excellence, Shahrina Ankhi-Krol is the go-to attorney for all your fashion business needs.

Ankhi-Krol Law's niche practice in Fashion Law arises from the founder's personal passion for the Fashion Industry. While she has dabbled in fashion design in 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 and presentations on brand protection at The Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) in New York City, TexWorld, and various other events and platforms. Ankhi-Krol Law offers personalized attention to clients so they can expand their fashion businesses. 

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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