Phillips Nizer has appointed partner Jared Clark as chair of the firm’s litigation practice group.
Helene Freeman to Discuss ADR and the Copyright Claims Board in Music Cases at the Music Business Association Conference
Helene Freeman will speak on a panel at the Music Business Association’s Conference, which will be held on May 9-12 in Nashville, discussing, “What's Your Fight Song?: Alternative Dispute Resolution and the Copyright Claims Board in Music Cases.”
While the COVID-19 pandemic may no longer be front-page news, the decision of whether to vaccinate children has become a hotly contested topic in divorce custody battles. When parents are unaligned on whether to vaccinate their child and share joint custody, the disagreement can impact other jointly made decisions such as education, extra-curricular activities and camp enrollment.
Is Philanthropy the Right Word Anymore? New Approaches for Donors and Their Advisors
Thomson Reuters Taxation of Exempts Journal (Jan/Feb 2020)
This article examines how to advise wealthy families and the nonprofits they support to adjust the strategy in the new environment for philanthropy.
Thomas Jackson, Chair of the Technology Practice, named to the Bloomberg Law Litigation Innovation Board
The board, consisting of twenty renowned litigators, is responsible for providing input and consulting on new products, offering feedback on enhancements to current offerings, and giving its advice on the direction of future litigation and analytics solutions to Bloomberg Law, a leading provider of subscription-based services for online legal research.