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By Perry Amsellem
Partner Perry Amsellem will be a speaker at Keeping Fakes & Forgeries Out of the Market: Possible Remedies
By William L. Charron
Partner William Charron will be a speaker at Resolving Disputes: New Court of Arbitration for Art, a panel at Expo Chicago 2019.
By Jeffrey Alberts, Dustin Nofziger
The Board's plans were not developed in a vacuum.
By Daniel L. Kurtz
The National Rifle Association has come under fire over allegations of excessive spending by top executives.
By Benjamin Semel
Partner Benjamin Semel will be a panelist at The Mechanical Licensing Collective Presents: An Introduction to MLC Technology, a panel at the Mondo NYC Music & Tech Law Symposium.
By Robert deBrauwere
Partner Robert deBrauwere will be a speaker at Fordham University's 27th Annual Intellectual Property, Media & Entertainment Law Journal Symposium. Rob will be speaking at The Platform Governance panel.
By Shusmita Chowdhury, Bertrand C. Fry
Partner Bertrand Fry and Associate Shusmita Chowdhury will be speakers at U.S. Investment Adviser Registration for Non-U.S. Firms, a presentation at the American Foreign Law Association.
By Andrea R Gendel, John A. Rothman
Pryor Cashman client Aurora Capital Associates recently closed on leases to three retailers in New York City's famed "Gansevoort Row" in the Meatpacking District.
By Danielle L. Schechner, Todd Soloway, Michelle Blanter
Balfour Senior Living Sells Community Portfolio for $300 Million.
By James G. Sammataro
James Sammataro represents leading media entities, professional sports teams and A-list talent in delicate, high-profile disputes.
By Joshua Zuckerberg, LaKeisha Caton
These changes will take effect 60 days after enactment of the new laws.
By Megan Noh
Public interactivity is an integral part of the works created by the late artist Félix González-Torres. But what happens when works an artist intended to be free become commodified and eventually sold?
By Kenneth A. Schulman
As a result, social media provisions in license agreements have become highly negotiated, demanding the attention of both sides of a deal.
By James G. Sammataro
James Sammataro, co-head of Pryor Cashman's Media + Entertainment Group, spoke to Bloomberg Law about whether the suit will stand up in court.
By James G. Sammataro
The social media generation has been notoriously casual about photographic rights
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