Аashion trends change at the speed of light, offering affordable and accessible clothing and accessories to consumers worldwide. However, the convenience and affordability of fast fashion come at a price for many luxury brands, who often find themselves battling issues like trademark infringement. One such legal battle has recently come into the spotlight, as the renowned luxury label Chrome Hearts takes on fast-fashion giant Shein. Chrome Hearts has filed a lawsuit, accusing Shein of trademark infringement and unfair competition, claiming that this has resulted in significant financial and reputational harm.
Igor is the founder and CEO of Trama. As an experienced attorney and a technology enthusiast, he dedicated his career to bringing the 21st century to the world of law. As a CEO himself, he understands the priorities of the entrepreneurs his company serves.
In his free time, Igor likes running, biking and spending time with his family and friends.
Pavol Jozef Šafárik University, Košice, SK
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