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By Sarah E. Bell
The Ninth Circuit's decision held that Title III of the ADA applies to websites with a nexus to a physical place of public accommodation.
By Desiree Goldfinger
Associate Desiree Goldfinger will be a speaker at the New York State Bar Association's (NYSBA) Business Immigration Update 2019 CLE program.
By Matthew Barkan
Token issuers should be increasingly concerned that foreign courts may be called to upon to determine the legality of cryptocurrency transactions in the issuer's home jurisdiction.
By Dyan Finguerra-DuCharme
Partner Dyan Finguerra-DuCharme was interviewed by Law360's Bill Donahue in a recent article titled "3 Things To Watch As USPTO's Fee Rule Hits The High Court."
By Matthew Barkan
On September 30, 2019, became the most recent startup to settle with the SEC over an initial coin offering ("ICO").
By Tom Ferber, Ross M. Bagley
Contributing to a growing body of authority in the Southern District of New York dismissing copyright claims for lack of similarity as a matter of law.
By Colleen Caden
Partner Colleen Caden will be a speaker at Brooklyn Law School's Executive Presence and Leadership Panel.
By Kimberly Grant
Insights on Nonimmigrant Visa Options to Bridge the Gap.
By Stephen B. Rodner, Joshua Zuckerberg
In addition, partner Stephen Rodner is a co-chair of the conference.
By Karen Robson
The basics of the legal work necessary to produce feature films in the US are well known.
By Christopher Loeber
September is National Preparedness Month, which educates U.S. citizens and businesses on being prepared for natural and man-made disasters.
By Avram Morell
Partner Avram Morell will be a speaker at the Practising Law Institute's (PLI) Basic Immigration Law 2020.
By Andrea R Gendel
Partner Andrea Gendel was profiled in New York Real Estate Journal's (NYREJ) "2019 Women in Real Estate" spotlight series.
By Megan Noh
Partner Megan Noh will be a speaker at Columbia University's Kernochan Center for Law, Media and the Arts' 2019 Symposium.
By Megan Noh
The media has helped to propound a myth – that the illegal trade in cultural goods is a pillar of organized crime.
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