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By William L. Charron
A closely watched California lawsuit involving artwork looted during World War II concluded recently with a question that put a spotlight on legal rule-making:
By Bertrand C. Fry
The SEC and FINRA, the self-regulatory organization that oversees broker-dealers, issued an unusual joint statement on July 8, 2019, to address questions, raised recently by various participants in businesses ...
By James G. Sammataro, Giovanna Marchese
Swift's missive took aim at two music power brokers, Big Machine Label Group CEO Scott Borchetta and Braun.
By Dyan Finguerra-DuCharme
In certain circuits, courts only award profits if a trademark owner can prove the infringer acted willfully, a difficult standard.
By Barry C. Landsman
Everybody," Landsman said, adding that he and his staff have also signed deeds for clients on occasion.
By Mona Simonian, Jeffrey Snow
Pryor Cashman Summer Associates Andrea Goldwasser and Sharon Joseph have been selected to participate in the 6th Annual Second Circuit Moot Court Argument Program.
By James G. Sammataro
Taylor Swift ignited a heated debate over artists' rights after it was announced that a company fronted by Scooter Braun would pay $300 million for Big Machine Label Group, which owns the master recordings for six of Swift's albums.
By William L. Charron, Felicity Kohn
Specifically, the Court's June 11th ruling affirmed the Solomon family's ownership of paintings by Otto Mueller, Paul Klee, Max Pechstein and Edgar Jene.
By Michael G. Goldberg
In a major trademark ruling issued on June 24, 2019, the Supreme Court struck down the federal ban against trademark registrations for "immoral or scandalous" material as an infringement of First Amendment rights.
By Richard Levy Jr.
Partner Richard Levy, Jr. will be a panelist at Trademarks In Bankruptcy: The Supreme Court Finally Speaks.
By Ronald Shechtman
For the second year in a row, Pryor Cashman has been named the #1 midsize law firm in New York by Vault, beating 14 rival firms to secure the top spot.
By Colleen Caden
When Caden joined Pryor Cashman in 2009 to launch the Immigration Group, it was comprised of just herself and two paralegals.
By Daniel L. Kurtz
Recently, the National Rifle Association has come under scrutiny over allegations of profligate spending by top executives.
By Colleen Caden, John J. Crowe, Ilene S Farkas, Maria Fernanda Gandarez, Eric Hellige, James A. Janowitz, Avram Morell, M. Ali Panjwani, Brad Rose, Frank Scibilia, Donald S. Zakarin, Dina Weinstein
For the 12th consecutive year, Pryor Cashman has been named a top U.S. law firm by The Legal 500.
By Joseph L. Brasile, Ronald B. Kremnitzer, Michelle Blanter, Ari Buchen, Ari L. Tran, Tianja Samuel
The first, in excess of $48 million, closed on April 2, 2019 and was made to a global investment management firm.
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