Join NYWIFT and the law firm Moses & Singer for a discussion on best practices for Intellectual Property (IP). Presented by a panel of Moses & Singer LLP attorneys, topics will cover:
– Copyright: Obtaining Protection, Avoiding Infringement
– Life Story Rights and the Right of Publicity: What’s Possible, What’s Not
Elizabeth A. Corradino is Chair of Moses & Singer’s Advertising, Intellectual Property, Internet/Technology and Entertainment and Sports practice groups. Her diverse practice focuses on solving the legal and business issues affecting content creators and distributors in all forms of media and entertainment. Corradino assists advertisers, advertising agencies, public relations firms, professional sports leagues, and entertainment and media companies with transactions involving all aspects of content creation and exploitation. She also counsels clients with respect to the clearance, protection and enforcement of intellectual property and advises individuals and companies on transactions as diverse as sponsorship and endorsement agreements, live events, promotion and experiential marketing.
David Rabinowitz, Co-Chair of Moses & Singer’s Litigation practice group and a member of its Intellectual Property and Law Firm Management practice groups, has been a partner with the firm since 1985. Rabinowitz has a broad commercial litigation and litigation counseling practice. In the area of intellectual property, he has represented entertainment, sports and media companies, as well as talent and rights owners on matters concerning contracts and licenses, copyright, trademark and unfair competition, right of publicity, and defamation and related free speech issues. Rabinowitz has also represented both employers and employees in disputes concerning employment agreements, termination of employment and employment discrimination.
The Chrysler Building
405 Lexington Avenue, 12th Fl.
(Between 42nd and 43rd Streets)
NYWIFT Member Only Event
NYWIFT programs, screenings and events are supported, in part, by grants from New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, and New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Kathy Hochul and the New York State Legislature.