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The retail industry today faces many challenges – whether it is the economy, changing methods of sale, access to suitable retail space, cost pressures or increased competition, access to expert advice is essential. Our lawyers understand the needs of luxury retailers, with expert insight gained through many years of experience working in this sector. We provide down to earth and effective legal advice across all commercial and regulatory areas, to help our clients meet their objectives.

  • Depth of experience – over 20 years experience advising luxury retailers.
  • Specialist retail advice – real estate, property portfolio management, employment, brands, regulatory including health and safety, advertising and competitions, concession agreements, commercial contracts, disputes, e-commerce, consumer issues and data protection.
  • Clients – niche retailers, luxury brands, designer labels and cosmetics companies.

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Browne Jacobson is excellent at the luxury end.

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