Fashion Law Blog > "A Big Cheer for Cheerleader Uniforms" by Helene Freeman
The U.S. Supreme Court's long-awaited decision in a copyright infringement case involving designs associated with cheerleader uniforms. (Star Athletica L.L.C. v. Varsity Brands, Inc.)
Fashion Law Blog > "Not My Bag(gy)" by Alan Behr
"It had to happen, and it did in, of all places, The Wall Street Journal. Late in February, Jacob Gallagher contributed an article persuasively advocating for a new appreciation of…
Phillips Nizer Welcomes Two New Attorneys to the Real Estate Law Practice
Jay H. Kim joins the firm as a partner; Jillian K. Markowitz joins as an associate.
The Winter 2016-2017 issue of "Zur Information", a quarterly publication of the German Practice
Steven Thal and Florian von Eyb introduces the American jury trial, explores its historic roots in the constitution and discusses its meaning and relevance to the U.S. legal system today.
Congratulations to our newly elected partners and counsel
Litigators Elizabeth Adinolfi and Athena Mihalos were elected to the partnership. Kathryn Lundy and Florian von Eyb were elected to counsel.
Fashion Law Blog > "NYC Fashion Week and the Created Today, Copied Tomorrow Syndrome" by Monica McCabe
"Original fabric designs are protected by copyright in the U.S., which does help alleviate the created today, knocked off tomorrow syndrome. Whether a design qualifies for protection is…