Sharon Givoni Consulting is an AFA preferred supplier in the Legal Services Category.
One of the Australian Furniture Association’s preferred suppliers of legal services, Sharon Givoni Consulting is a boutique law firm specialising in commercial law matters and intellectual property. They have extensive experience in the areas of furniture design, manufacturing, importing and retailing. There are many ways to protect the intellectual property assets of your furniture designs and Sharon Givoni consulting has strong expertise in this area.
Their philosophy is simple: we turn your ideas into assets.
Legal issues that affect the Australian furnishing and design industry can be broad and varied challenging and we can assist including in the areas of:
- Design protection for furniture and other items
- Strategies to protect your designs
- Copyright licences and assignments
- Commercial agreements relating to furniture including manufacturing agreements and distribution agreements
- Social media and digital marketing agreements
- Website terms and conditions
- Labelling and packaging laws
- Consumer laws
- Defamation law
- Contractor agreements and employment matters
The alliance with Sharon Givoni Consulting allows you to access a well-established law firm that prides itself on giving cost effective and prompt advice.
- AFA Members have access to complimentary initial consultations and AFA Member discounted rates.
AFA Members can learn more about Member discounts and Member Resources by visiting Member Resources.
Sharon Givoni Consultants also conduct regular workshops and seminars on topics that are important to AFA Members.
To learn more about Sharon Givoni Consulting and what they can do for you, please contact us using the form below.
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