In his Intellectual Property column, Stephen M. Kramarsky, a member of Dewey Pegno & Kramarsky, writes: A recent decision from the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York answers so
The co-chair of the new social media committee of the Commercial and Federal Litigation Section of the NYSBA, one of the first in the country, discusses the committee's work to educate attorneys abou
Marc S. Roth, a partner at Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, and Edward Kabak, the chief legal officer of the Brand Activation Association, write: Advertising industry lawyers who were hoping for landmark c
In her Internet Issues/Social Media column, Shari Claire Lewis, a partner at Rivkin Radler, writes that a recent decision by the Appellate Division, Second Department, enforcing a settlement set fort
A defendant's verbal threats to kill a fellow artist in a dispute over a lease do not constitute attempted aggravated harassment, but hanging a poster on his rival's apartment door falsely accusing h
Joy Martini and Nancy Rowe, legal marketing and communications specialists with Martini Consulting, write: Client development will be a primary driver of a student's professional success, however, le
...Office sought Harris' Twitter subscriber data and more than three months of Tweets to counter his anticipated defense that police led him and others onto...
...previously been reprimanded by the court for using social media, continued to tweet during the trial. See ...
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