Fashion Blog - Retailing with Foam and A Good Swing | Alan Behr (author)05/16/2019 | The Fashion Industry Law Blog
Fashion Blog - Supreme Court Rules: Copyright Registration Required to File Suit | Candace Arrington (author)03/26/2019 | The Fashion Industry Law Blog
Speaking Engagement - Ilene Jaroslaw, White Collar Criminal Defense Practice Co-Chair and council member of the American Bar Association (ABA) Criminal Justice Section (CJS), will moderate "Internal Investigations on Cutting Edge: Perspectives From the Front Lines" during the 2019 ABA Annual Meeting on August 8th. | Details08/08/2019
Speaking Engagement - Bradley Simon, Co-Chair of the White Collar Criminal Defense Practice, will be a panelist at the 17th Annual International Bar Association (IBA) Anti-Corruption Conference in Paris, France (June 25 - 26, 2019)06/25/2019
Date: Tuesday, June 25, 2019 | Time: 11:15 AM - 12:30 PM
Panel: "Due process and procedural fairness for individuals in corproate bribery enforcement actions"
A strong focus on anti-bribery enforcement actions against corporations, coupled with widespread and increasing use of nontrial resolutions to conclude these cases, raises concerns about the rights and interests of individual defendants, including due process
and procedural fairness. This panel will explore this dichotomy, from the perspective of in-house corporate counsel, white-collar
defence practitioners and prosecutors. Panellists will be invited to discuss strategies for navigating these issues in the specific context of self-reporting and internal investigations.
Special Event - Our Fashion Practice held its annual Fashion Law Interest Group Meeting in Boston on May 21, 2019. Pictured (facing): Alan Behr, Chairman. Also in attendance: Monica McCabe, Chair, Intellectual Property Law Practice and Candace Arrington, Intellectual Property Specialist.05/30/2019
The Fashion Law Interest Group meeting coincides with the International Trademark Association (INTA) annual conference. It is not, however, associated with or sponsored by INTA. The Group's attendees include outside counsel representing fashion designers, luxury apparel and accessories companies and retailers, in-house counsel and retail executives.
[Photo Credit: Copyright 2019. Candace R. Arrington]
Diversity Event and Sponsorship | Phillips Nizer is proud to sponsor "Smooth Moves: Career Strategies for Attorneys of Color" -- the most important diversity and inclusion event of the Commercial and Federal Litigation Section of the New York State Bar Association (NYSBA) on May 23, 2019. | Details05/23/2019
This year's "Smooth Moves: Career Strategies for Attorneys of Color" CLE panel discussion will address: 'The Color of Neutrality: Increasing Diversity in Alternative Dispute Resolution'. Lauren Wachtler, Co-Chair of our Litigation Department, and Board Member of the NYSBA Foundation and a Former Chair of the NYSBA Commercial & Federal Litigation Section, will present a scholarship to a 1-L student to intern for the summer with a Commercial Division judge.
The Section will confer The Honorable George Bundy Smith Pioneer Award jointly on The Hon. Preet Bharara and The Hon. Joon Kim. | Details and Registration
Is Philanthropy the Right Word Anymore? New Approaches for Donors and Their Advisors
Thomson Reuters Taxation of Exempts Journal (Jan/Feb 2020)January/February 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, was mentioned as a data privacy expert in the article “20 Questions on the CCPA with Answers from Privacy Experts” published in the DataGrail blog.01/10/2020 | https://datagrail.io/blog/20-questions-on-the-ccpa-with-answers-from-privacy-experts
The article addresses some of the key questions raised by California’s new privacy law, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), which took effect on January 1, 2020, including what is covered by and who must comply with the new law and how it compare with Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) implemented in May 2018.
Ilene Jaroslaw comments on Law360's Biggest White Collar Cases of 201912/20/2019 | https://www.law360.com/articles/1216202/the-biggest-white-collar-cases-of-2019
One of the biggest cases of 2019 was one nobody expected: the March indictment of dozens of parents and university coaches for their parts in a national scheme to trick colleges into admitting students on false pretenses.
Thomas Jackson, Chair of the Technology Practice, named to the Bloomberg Law Litigation Innovation Board01/03/2020 | https://pro.bloomberglaw.com/bloomberg-law-innovation-boards/
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.
Phillips Nizer Partner Eileen Millett will be recognized by the Syracuse University Law Alumni Association as a Law Honors Award Recipient on September 20, 2019.09/16/2019
Ms. Millett will be recognized for her long and esteemed career in land use and environmental law, her public service on behalf of New York State, and her championing of environmental issues and regulation.