Lee Pascoe has had a long career in law and prior to embarking on her legal career worked in the music and fashion industries so understands both sides of the coin.  Lee’s career has mainly involved dealing with what goes wrong when parties fail to protect their legal interests or when corporates and individuals face financial difficulty.  However, Lee also advises on commercial contracts, intellectual property and general business law in an effort to ensure that things do not go wrong.

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Lee has a particular interest in the emerging area of fashion law and she has recently worked on a number of cases involving fashion designers facing financial difficulties and cross border debt recovery for clothing manufacturers.  She also has a specific interest in fashion modelling law and the cross border nature of fashion law issues.  Lee has recently completed specialist post graduate studies in fashion law at Fordham University in New York.

Following her departure from an international law firm Lee is available to advise clients and  other lawyers on a consultancy basis.  Lee works globally and draws on her qualifications in international commercial law when advising clients in various capital cities around the world.  Lee is available to travel on short notice as she splits her time living between Italy and Australia and working with clients in Sydney, Melbourne, Florence, Milan, New York and Vienna.

Please feel free to email or call …and may your shoes always match and your dress never be worn by another at the same event!

Lee

Libero Legal Moda – Firenze, September 2014

 

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