Acid pressures M&S on code

Anti Copying in Design is putting pressure on Marks & Spencer to agree to its code of conduct on designers’ copyright, after the retailer failed to admit liability in a settlement with dress design firm Lucy Locket.

Anti Copying in Design is putting pressure on Marks & Spencer to agree to its code of conduct on designers’ copyright, after the retailer failed to admit liability in a settlement with dress design firm Lucy Locket.

Dids Macdonald, Acid chief executive, has written to Vittorio Radice calling for a change in the retailer’s stance on the issue.

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