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Phillips Nizer delivers sophisticated legal services at cost-effective rates, giving our clients peace of mind by fiercely safeguarding and promoting their interests at every turn.

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Intellectual Property Partner Helene Freeman is named a 2021 Top Music Lawyer by Billboard Magazine


Phillips Nizer Intellectual Property Legal Alert - Fake News, Fake Invoices (March 2021) 

You've heard of fake news, but what about fake invoices?  Beware of bogus notices and invoices from imposters. 

Recently, there has been a proliferation of companies that pose as the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO) which try to fool trademark owners into paying to them amounts needed to maintain or renew their trademarks.  These fraudsters mail trademark owners phony notices with names and typefaces so realistic that even sophisticated clients have been fooled.  


Ally Law: Meet Sumana Murthy - Young Leader from New York 

Meet our Members: The Ally Law network is built upon the strength of member firms and the individual lawyers who practice within them. This series features the Ally Law leadership team, participants in the Young Leaders Development Program, and network lawyers from across the globe.


New York Real Estate Journal: 2021 Women in Professional Services: Lisa Radetsky, Phillips Nizer LLP

This issue of the New York Real Estate Journal presents the opportunity to recognize the achievements of women from the following professional services and related fields in its Women in Professional Services.  


Phillips Nizer's Managing Partner is recognized as a leading legal professional in New York politics and government by City & State New York 2021 Law Power 100

Marc Landis is the firm's managing partner and co-chairs the real esate practice.  


New Jersey Lawyer: Title IX and The Continuing Fight for Gender Equity in Athletics (February 2021)

This article was originally published in the February 2021 issue of New Jersey Lawyer, a publication of the New Jersey Bar Association, and is reprinted with permission.

The right of every girl to have an equal opportunity to participate in sports—one of the many guarantees of Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972—remains unfulfilled even as we enter 2021.  The fight for this right has been taken up over the past decades by numerous brave individuals and social justice organizations. Yet the law’s promise of equality remains out of reach for far too many talented and deserving girls, especially girls of color, including in New Jersey.