lux·u·ry  is defined as follows:

n. pl. lux·u·ries

1. Something inessential but conducive to pleasure and comfort.
2. Something expensive or hard to obtain.
3. Sumptuous living or surroundings
In other words, it is not essential but we want it!  Does your product or service fit into the luxury category?  If it does, then we can assist you in its protection and maintenance.

The area of luxury law incorporates industry specific legal interests in fashion law, beauty law, design law, leisure law, including entertainment and sports law, and art law. Aurelia Mitchell Durant provides legal services that refines an international intellectual property focus to assist luxury businesses in brand development and protection, and sustaining fruitful partnerships with manufacturers and retailers of their high end products. Expanding luxury enterprises internationally calls for the practice of specialized expertise and experience in luxury law.

She has developed a personal clientele in the following areas of Luxury Law:

  • Fashion Law (fashion designers; textile manufacturers and major fashion labels)
  • Beauty Law (cosmetics and beauty product manufacturers)
  • Sports Law (sporting teams and athletic products)
  • Design Law (furniture, product and interior designers)
  • Art Law (visual artists)
  • Entertainment Law

To contact Aurelia’s team regarding Luxury Law services email or go to the Luxury Law Firm website.