Michael J. Albano

Leaders in Law endorses Michael J. Albano as our exclusively recommended Corporate Governance Law expert in New York, USA. If you wish to get in touch with Michael please use the contact information provided above.

Michael Albano’s practice focuses on executive compensation and benefits matters.

He advises clients on disclosure, governance, taxation, design and negotiation of executive compensation agreements and arrangements, as well as the executive compensation and benefits aspects of mergers and acquisitions; pension investment and ERISA fiduciary matters, including in the fund formation context; private equity compensation and governance matters at both the upper tier and portfolio company levels; and employment law and related issues.

Michael joined the firm in 2001 and became a partner in 2010.

AREAS OF EXPERIENCE

Firm Overview:

Cleary Gottlieb opened its Milan office in 2001 after decades of representing Italian companies and multinationals doing business in the country.

Along with our Rome location, our Italian offices have nearly 100 lawyers who provide clients with integrated Italian, pan-European and global legal services by offering a wide range of transactional and regulatory advice, and representing clients in domestic and international litigation and arbitration proceedings.

Reflecting the firm’s overall commitment to creating a seamlessly interwoven legal practice, our Milan office is not departmentalized by specialty. Many lawyers have had international experience, including rotations in one or more of our offices around the world; they are fluent in managing international transactions and dispute resolutions and collaborate easily with global colleagues. All our lawyers handle a wide variety of assignments and work cooperatively to share abilities across practices and jurisdictions.

 

Chris DiAngelo

Leaders in Law endorses Chris DiAngelo as our exclusively recommended Banking & Finance Law expert in the USA – New York. If you wish to get in touch with Chris, please use the contact information above.

Chris DiAngelo, managing partner of Katten’s New York office, offers clients a comprehensive understanding of wholesale finance, the critical process through which banks and finance companies fund their lending activities. His intimate knowledge of the industry’s business, legal and policymaking arenas have allowed him to execute some of its most innovative deals.

Solving funding challenges

For large banks, finance companies and government entities, Chris offers decades of experience in structured finance and securitizations, particularly in the area of mortgage financing. From banks to finance companies to government entities, institutions have turned to Chris to solve complex funding puzzles and manage the risk of holding financial assets.

Chris’s depth of knowledge and experience enable him to quickly assess a client’s financing goals and advise on the best options. Clients also benefit from his deep contacts throughout the industry and in the government. He acts as a lead counsel to the Structured Finance Association, chairman of its political action committee and co-chair of its legal counsel committee. He also serves as outside counsel to a Washington, DC, lobbying firm focused on the financial services industry.

The legal and industry knowledge that Chris brings to the table has allowed him to complete landmark financing deals. For an agency lender, he assisted with a $922 million credit risk transfer transaction that marked an evolution in financing techniques. The first credit risk transfer transaction using the structure of a real estate mortgage investment conduit, it opened the US residential mortgage credit market to an increased number of sources of private capital.

Chris’s policy knowledge includes a detailed familiarity with the impact of the Dodd-Frank Act on structured finance. He is also deeply informed about housing and mortgage policy reform and its impact on Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. Before entering private practice, he served on the staff of the New York State Housing Finance Agency.

Practice Focus

  • Representing financial institutions in mortgage finance, structured finance and securitization deals
  • Advising on regulations governing financial services industry
  • Advising on housing and mortgage policy reform
  • Consult with government and industry regulators on financing issues
  • Develop innovative solutions to funding challenges of financial institutions

Firm Description

The lawyers that companies need today think like business people first and foremost.

Our attorneys really understand your business and approach the law with a commercial sense —to get the deal done or the case resolved. We provide strategic and creative solutions, but offer pragmatic advice that keeps your business objectives top-of-mind. And we forge collegial and collaborative partnerships with our clients to help their businesses succeed. That is why companies hire Katten.

Our philosophy remains centered around the same principles that guided the firm’s founding: A desire to be nimble, strategic, creative and client-centric. Most importantly, a desire to be different.

 

Jason Susser

Jason Susser is an attorney in the Memphis office of Siskind Susser PC, where his practice focuses exclusively on immigration and nationality law. Mr. Susser represents businesses and individuals in several areas of immigration law including employment-based immigration, family-based immigration, naturalization, and humanitarian cases. Mr. Susser works extensively with foreign investors and entrepreneurs, as well as members of the foreign media. More specifically, Mr. Susser assists a variety of clients with the following immigration matters:

  • E-2 visas for treaty investor and E-1 treaty traders
  • EB-5 investor visas
  • H-1B visas for specialty occupation professionals
  • L-1 visas for intra-company transfers
  • O-1 visas for foreign nationals of extraordinary ability
  • H-2B visas for temporary non-agricultural workers
  • TN visas for NAFTA professionals
  • I visas for representatives of the foreign media
  • EB-1 petitions for foreign nationals of extraordinary ability
  • National interest waiver petitions
  • PERM Labor Certifications
  • Family based immigration
  • Humanitarian cases

Mr. Susser graduated from the University of Memphis with a focus on Accounting and Religious Studies. While in college, he spent two years working as a full-time paralegal at Siskind Susser’s Memphis office where he assisted attorneys in filing Labor Certifications, H-1B visas for specialty occupation professionals, H-2B visas for Temporary Non-Agricultural Workers, L-1 visas for intra-company transfers, and EB-5 Investor Visas.

Mr. Susser went on to earn his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Memphis, Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law. During law school, he worked at the firm on a part-time basis focusing on EB-1 petitions for foreign nationals of extraordinary ability, EB-2 national interest waiver petitions, and O-1 visas for foreign nationals of extraordinary ability. While in law school, he also assisted in pro bono cases involving U-visas for victims of crimes and humanitarian cases.

Mr. Susser is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), American Bar Association, and the Memphis Bar Association. He is licensed and admitted to practice law in Tennessee. Mr. Susser can be reached by e-mail at JSUSSER@VISALAW.COM

FIRM DESCRIPTION

Siskind Susser PC is one of the largest immigration law firms in North America, and its attorneys have experience handling all aspects of American immigration and nationality law. Because U.S. immigration laws are federal in nature (i.e. no state or provincial law is involved), the attorneys at Siskind Susser are capable of providing legal services to clients in the United States and abroad, having clients in every U.S. state as well as countries all over the world. The firm’s clients include several of the largest hospital systems in the U.S., the world’s largest paper manufacturer, one of the world’s best-known entertainment companies, and one of the largest international nurse staffing companies in the United States.

Siskind Susser lawyers provide consultations to corporations and individuals on immigration law issues and handle cases before the government. Siskind Susser also assists clients with immigration matters outside the United States. The firm is a co-founder of Visalaw International – the Global Immigration Law Alliance and works with many of the world’s top immigration specialists assisting companies and individuals relocate and do business anywhere in the world.

Siskind Susser is a law firm committed to providing quality and efficient service, striving to constantly monitor developments in immigration law and use state-of-the-art technology for research, client communications, and case management. The firm also doesn’t passively react to changes in the law which affect our clients. The firm has played a leading role lobbying for numerous immigration-related bills over the last several years, drafting key sections of immigration laws, and assisting state and federal agencies in designing immigration-related regulations and guidelines. Widely recognized as one of the top immigration law firms in the United States, Siskind Susser is AV rated by Martindale Hubbell and is included in U.S. World and News Report and Best Lawyers 2018 Best Law Firms rankings.

Michael J. Fritz

Michael Fritz practices in the area of business, finance and real estate.

Michael’s business and corporate practice consists of representing private equity funds, venture capital funds, and other business entities in connection with a variety of commercial transactions, including, mergers, acquisitions and dispositions, joint ventures, preferred equity investments, distressed investments and private placements.  Michael also represents clients in the capacity as “outside general counsel”, advising on matters such as business formation, corporate governance, business operations, commercial contracting and other general corporate matters.  His clients are in a broad range of industries including real estate, healthcare, technology, financial services and manufacturing.

In his finance practice, Michael represents borrowers, commercial banks, mezzanine lenders, and other lending institutions in connection with structuring, negotiating, and closing complex commercial, asset-based, and acquisition financing transactions.  He also has experience representing senior and junior lenders in connection with drafting and negotiating intercreditor and subordination arrangements.

Michael’s real estate practice focuses on transactional commercial real estate matters, including the purchase, development and disposition of real estate assets, mortgage and mezzanine financings, preferred equity investments, and the formation of joint ventures. Michael also has significant experience representing borrowers and lenders in connection with working out and restructuring distressed real estate loans and investments.

Distinctions

  • Listed as a Connecticut Super Lawyer RISING STAR®: Business/Corporate, 2012

Professional Affiliations

  • American Bar Association: Business Law Section
  • Connecticut Bar Association: Business Law Section
  • Hartford County Bar Association
  • Real Estate Finance Association of Connecticut

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One Constitution Plaza
Hartford, CT 06103-1919

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FIRM DESCRIPTION

Shipman & Goodwin’s value lies in our commitment — to our clients, to the law and to the community.

We have one goal: to help our clients achieve their goals. How we accomplish it is simple: we devote our considerable experience and depth of knowledge to understand each client’s unique needs, business and industry, and then we develop solutions to meet those needs.

For more than 90 years, clients have turned to us when they need a trusted advisor. With our invaluable awareness of each client’s challenges, we can counsel them at every step — to keep their operations running smoothly, help them navigate complex business transactions, position them for future growth, or resolve business disputes. We handle the most sophisticated assignments while being responsive and attentive to each client.  The success of our clients is of primary importance to us and our attorneys are skilled in the practice areas and industry sectors critical to that success.

With more than 175 attorneys in offices throughout Connecticut, New York and in Washington, DC, we serve the needs of local, regional, national and international clients. Our clients include public and private companies, institutions, government entities, non-profit organizations and individuals.

Michael K. De Chiara

Known for strategic thinking and successful representation of numerous clients in some of the most high profile construction cases of the last 20 years, Michael K. De Chiara is one of the pre-eminent construction lawyers in the country. Mr. De Chiara regularly represents clients in domestic and international construction disputes where the hard dollar amounts in controversy exceed $100 million.

For example, he defended the engineer in the collapse of a major casino, and the resultant claims of over $300 million. He prevailed on behalf of another (engineer) in a suit brought by a large California hospital where the claim exceeded $150 million. Mr. De Chiara is the only construction attorney in private practice who has represented the Federal General Services Administration, defending it against a claim in excess of $100 million in connection with a major Federal office building. Mr. De Chiara has also represented the New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority in several major litigations. Mr. De Chiara is currently involved in the most high profile construction dispute in the United States involving a large condominium in San Francisco. Mr. De Chiara is also highly regarded in the area of construction contract negotiation and drafting. For example, he represented the United Nations in developing their model design build agreement to be used throughout the world. He has drafted owner-contractor agreements for construction budgets up to $850 million on behalf of New York City’s most prominent real estate owners.

Recently, Mr. De Chiara was retained to negotiate the largest private Project Labor Agreement for a single building in the history of the United States. He has been involved in Public Private Partnership ventures and has negotiated and drafted contracts for Integrated Project Delivery projects. Mr. De Chiara was involved in negotiating and drafting the engineering contracts for the rebuild of the World Trade Center buildings in New York, representing clients dealing with the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and Silverstein Properties. He negotiated the architectural contract for the World Trade Center Memorial, the engineering and architectural contracts for the Hudson Yards Development, the largest private building development in the history of the United States, and architectural and engineering contracts for virtually every other building type in the country. Mr. De Chiara is active in many organizations and serves on the Boards of Directors of The New York Landmarks Conservancy and The New York Building Foundation.

In addition, Mr. De Chiara serves as the General Counsel for the American Institute of Architects, New York State and the American Council of Engineering Companies of New York. On a pro-bono basis, he litigated to protect and preserve the famous Picasso work Le Tricorne, which was located in the Four Seasons Restaurant in the Seagram Building in New York City. Mr. De Chiara is a recipient of the AIA New York State President’s Citation for Outstanding Service, and the March of Dimes’ Thomas E. Diana Spirit of Volunteerism Award in recognition of his dedication to the community.

Zetlin & De Chiara LLP:

Zetlin & De Chiara LLP is a leading national construction law firm committed to providing sophisticated and innovative legal and business advisory services related to real estate, design, and construction for a wide spectrum of industries.

Our attorneys include individuals with in-house construction counsel experience, architecture and engineering degrees, and LEED accreditation. The firm provides counsel throughout the planning, design and construction process, from drafting and negotiating contracts to outlining risk management strategies. We have extensive experience representing clients in litigation and alternative dispute resolution, and also advise on business formation, licensing and corporate issues.

Zetlin & De Chiara has extensive experience in both traditional and emerging contracting methodologies for Owners and Developers, Architects, Engineers and other Design Professionals, Construction Managers and Contractors, Insurance Carriers and Financial Institutions.

Jeffrey A. Rinde

Jeffrey A. Rinde is the Managing Partner in the New York City office. Mr. Rinde primerly specializes in the areas of corporate, securities and other regulatory aspects of global business ventures across a diverse array of industries between companies in the U.S. and Europe with Asia, Central and South America, Russia, Africa, Australia and the Middle East.

With over twenty-five years of global legal, corporate and investment banking experience, Mr. Rinde represents both U.S. and foreign corporations across a wide range of industries. His broad experience includes public and private equity and debt security financings, blockchain technology & digital currency, international mergers and acquisitions, angel, venture capital and private equity financings, project finance, banking and financial instruments, secured debt transactions, going private transactions, foreign direct investment and corporate law and governance. Mr. Rinde regularly assists his clients with overcoming challenging government and regulatory issues confronting them in global emerging markets, including developing and implementing strategies to maximize opportunities, minimize risks, and accomplish their strategic goals.

Mr. Rinde has particular and distinctive skill in representing Chinese and other Asian-based companies in complex transactions to help expand their overseas business, access capital and list overseas, including the United States, Hong Kong and London, and representing foreign companies in all facets of business activities in mainland China.

Prior to establishing CKR, Mr. Rinde was Chief Representative of Blank Rome’s Shanghai office whose primary responsibility was overseeing the firm’s Asia-based client matters. Earlier in his career, he was the head of the corporate department of Hodgson Russ’ New York office and established the firm’s Asian practice.

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About CKR Law: 

CKR is a full-service global firm of experienced lawyers with diverse international practices. We have locations throughout the world, including North America, South America, Asia Pacific, Africa, Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean and the Middle East. The firm has particular and distinctive strengths, both domestically and globally, in the areas of corporate, finance, capital markets, cross-border mergers and acquisitions, government advocacy, litigation and international arbitration, and intellectual property.

 

William Phillips

William Phillips is the Managing Partner of Phillips & Associates. Mr. Phillips has strong roots in New York. He was born in Brooklyn and attended the College of Staten Island, graduating magna cum laude with a B.A. in sociology and anthropology. He studied entertainment law and landlord-tenant law at New York Law School and graduated from St. Thomas School of Law in Miami in 1993.

Before focusing on employment law, Mr. Phillips gained experience in business and other areas, giving him a valuable frame of reference from which to analyze the industries in which his clients and their employers work.

Bar Admissions:

  • New York
  • Eastern District of New York
  • Southern District of New York
  • Western District of New York
  • U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit

Affiliations:

  • American Bar Association
  • National Employment Lawyers Association (“NELA”)
  • American Society of Legal Advocates
  • New York State Trial Lawyers Association
  • New York County Lawyers Association
  • Brooklyn Bar Association
  • New York Chapter of NELA

Marianna B. Ofosu

Marianna B. Ofosu joined Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz’s Corporate Department as an associate in 2013. She focuses on mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance and securities laws matters and has co-authored the firm’s Nominating & Corporate Governance Committee Guide. Marianna received a B.A. summa cum laude from Howard University, where she was a member of Phi Beta Kappa. She went on to receive a M. Phil from Oxford University where she was a Rhodes Scholar. She completed her J.D. at Yale Law School, where she was a Paul & Daisy Soros Fellow. During law school, Marianna was the co-president of the Yale Law & Business Society and a senior editor of the Yale Journal on Regulation. After law school, Marianna clerked on the Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit for the Hon. Barrington D. Parker.

Prior to law school, Marianna advised international investors and African presidencies and ministries of finance on investment and economic policy issues as a managing director at GoodWorks International and the chief of staff and senior policy analyst of the African Center for Economic Transformation.

Marianna currently serves on the boards of the Yale Law and Business Alumni Association and Comp-Sci High, and on an advisory board of the Rhodes Trust. Previously, she served as a trustee of the Paul and Daisy Soros Foundation.

Marianna provides counsel on a pro bono basis to several non-profit organizations focused on economic empowerment, reproductive health and international development.

Firm Overview:

Wachtell Lipton was founded on a handshake in 1965 as a small group of lawyers dedicated to providing advice and expertise at the highest levels. We have achieved extraordinary results following the distinctive vision of our founders – a cohesive team of lawyers intensely focused on solving our clients’ most important problems.

We have experience in the fields of mergers and acquisitions, strategic investments, takeovers and takeover defense, corporate and securities law and corporate governance. We handle some of the largest, most complex and demanding transactions in the United States and around the world. We counsel both public and private acquirers and targets. We also handle sensitive investigation and litigation matters and corporate restructurings, and counsel boards of directors and senior management in critical situations. We have a track record of original and ground-breaking solutions and innovations that have had a dramatic impact on business and law. We are thought leaders.

Our distinctive structure defines our approach. We maintain a ratio of associates to partners significantly below that of other firms. We focus on matters that require the attention, extensive experience and sophistication of our partners. We limit the number and type of matters we undertake. Our system of lock-step compensation promotes a careful selection of matters as well as the flexibility to bring the right expertise to bear without regard to factors extrinsic to providing the best service and advice. We work together on a task-force basis on all of our matters, bringing to bear the requisite mix of people and expertise across practice areas. Our structure and approach attract talented and entrepreneurial lawyers, who enable us to achieve excellent results for our clients in complex and critical matters.

Debra R. Anisman

Leaders in Law endorses Debra R. Anisman as our exclusively recommended Estate Planning Law expert in the USA – New York. If you wish to get in touch with Debra please use the contact information provided above.

Debra R. Anisman counsels on estate, gift and generation-skipping transfer taxation, estate planning, and administration of trusts and estates, and the creation, administration and taxation of charitable organizations.

Memberships:

  • Board of Trustees of Temple Shaaray Tefila
  • New York City Bar Association
  • New York State Bar Association

Firm Overview

Founded in 1969, Schulte Roth & Zabel is a multidisciplinary firm with international clientele. Over time, we have become known for two things: doing great work in the financial services sector — and many related industries — and doing things a little differently than many of our peers.

For one, our philosophy is distinct, and our specialties more finely honed. Instead of trying to be everything to everybody, we’ve grown organically and in ways that make sense for our clients’ industry demands and evolving needs. Today, we regularly advise clients on investment management, corporate, and transactional matters. We also provide counsel on securities regulatory compliance, enforcement, and investigative issues, as well as targeted specialty areas that we have developed over time.

 

Lynn B. Bayard

Leaders in Law endorses Lynn B. Bayard as our exclusively recommended Sports Law expert in the USA. If you wish to get in touch with Lynn please use the contact information provided above.

A partner in the Litigation Department, Lynn B. Bayard has a diverse practice in the media, sports and entertainment industries. Lynn has represented major sports leagues in some of their most significant matters. She has also represented songwriters, television networks, and motion picture studios, among others, in copyright and trademark matters, and music publishers in royalty rate proceedings and other copyright matters. Lynn has been recognized by The Legal 500 in Intellectual Property: Copyright, Media & Entertainment: Litigation as well as Sports.

Experience

Lynn’s representations include:

  • The National Football League in a variety of matters, including the litigation and class action settlement of hundreds of lawsuits filed by more than 5,000 former NFL players, who sought to hold the League liable for allegedly concealing the risks associated with concussions sustained while playing professional football. She continues to represent the League in the implementation of the settlement and in a variety of other health and safety and marketing matters.
  • Another major sports league in connection with a variety of health and safety matters.
  • Barefoot Contessa Pantry LLC, Ina Garten and Ina Garten LLC in obtaining a temporary restraining order and then a favorable settlement of a trade dress infringement suit against a large frozen food distributor, resulting in a permanent injunction barring the use by defendants of Barefoot Contessa’s intellectual property and requiring the destruction of the infringing products and payment to the client.
  • Carnival Corp. in obtaining a dismissal of claims alleging infringement of copyrights in Broadway musicals in performances on cruise ships traveling outside of the U.S. waters.
  • The National Music Publishers’ Association, Inc. (NMPA), the Songwriters Guild of America (SGA) and theNashville Songwriters Association International (NSAI) in a rate proceeding resulting in the setting of advantageous new rates and terms for the mechanical license under Section 115 of the Copyright Act.
  • The American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) in proceedings and negotiations to set the royalty rate for public performances of musical compositions by the cable television, network television, local television and radio industries, as well as by numerous new media companies.
  • class of songwriters and music publishers in a copyright infringement action against Bertelsmann AG resulting in a $130 million settlement.
  • Versace, which is owned by Capri Holdings Limited, in a copyright, trademark, and trade dress dispute against Fashion Nova.
  • Weight Watchers International, Inc. in a false advertising suit against Jenny Craig, Inc. and in a variety of trademark infringement and franchise matters.
  • The Huffington Post in an idea misappropriation claim brought by two individuals who claim the site was their idea.

In addition, she has extensive IP transactional experience including drafting and negotiating license agreements, and regularly represents on a pro bono basis non-profit organizations in connection with publishing and arts-related matters.

Lynn has authored or co-authored several articles on a range of intellectual property issues, including:

  • “Intellectual Property Litigation: Preserving Rights Through Trademarks When Copyrights Expire,” in the March 13, 2013 issue of The New York Law Journal, which examines whether trademark law can be used to protect famous characters even after their copyright protection expires, citing the decision in Fleischer Studios A.V.E.L.A over the cartoon character Betty Boop.
  • Capitol Records Thomas: The Debate Over the ‘Making Available’ Theory of Copyright Infringement,” in the January/February 2010 issue of Landslide, the publication of the ABA Section of Intellectual Property, which discusses the piracy plaguing the music industry and explores the latest decision to tackle the “making available” issue, Capitol Records, Inc. v. Thomas.
  • “A Losing Case for the Fair Use Defense,” in the August 17, 2009 edition of The National Law Journal on the decision in Salinger Colting, in which the parody defense was put to the fair use test, discussing the criteria to be considered in determining whether a work has made fair use of the copyrighted original.
  • “‘Making Available’ Cases Still Making Trouble” in the January 7, 2009 edition of IP Law360, which discusses the piracy that has plagued the music industry for the past decade as a result of Internet peer-to-peer file-sharing sites and explores how courts have grappled with the question of whether users’ “making available” of copyrighted files on those sites for reproduction by other users constitutes “distribution” under the Copyright Act.
  • “Mary J. Blige: No More Retroactive Copyright Licensing Drama,” an article in the Winter 2008 issue of Entertainment and Sports Lawyer on Davis Blige, an important Second Circuit decision interpreting the rights of co-authors under the Copyright Act in which plaintiff Sharice Davis brought a copyright infringement action against defendant Mary J. Blige and others over two songs on Blige’s album “No More Drama.”
  • “A Well-Tailored Remedy,” which appeared in the December 2007 issue of IP Law & Business on a bill introduced by Senator Schumer to protect fashion designs under the Copyright Act. Fashion designers, unlike other creators of original works in the United States and unlike fashion designers abroad, are currently denied copyright protection in the United States.
  • “9th Circuit Finds ‘Thumbnail’ Photos Display Fair Use,” published in the October 29, 2007 issue of The National Law Journal on a decision of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, Perfect 10 Inc. Amazon.com Inc., which addressed the closely followed question of whether the display of “thumbnail” versions of copyrighted photographs by Google’s image search engine constitutes copyright infringement or “fair use” under the Copyright Act.
  • “Unsettled Territory,” published in the March 2006 issue of GC New York, explores issues relating to republishing collective works in new media.

Lynn also wrote a chapter titled “Settling Copyright and Trademark Disputes” in the leading treatise on the law of settlement agreements and the settlement process, Settlement Agreements in Commercial Disputes: Negotiating, Drafting and Enforcement, as well as a practice note titled “Copyright Infringement Claims, Remedies and Defenses” for Practical Law Company. She has spoken on topics including copyright infringement litigation as well as the advancement of women attorneys.

Lynn is a former member of the Trademarks and Unfair Competition Committee and previously served on the Civil Rights Committee and the Copyright and Literary Property Committee of the City Bar. She is currently a member of the City Bar’s Sports Law Committee and serves on its Intellectual Property Subcommittee.

Firm Overview:

Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP is a firm of more than 1,000 lawyers with diverse backgrounds, personalities, ideas and interests who provide innovative and effective solutions to our clients’ most complex legal and business challenges. The firm represents some of the world’s largest publicly and privately held corporations, financial institutions and asset managers, and clients needing pro bono assistance.

Paul, Weiss is widely recognized as having market-leading practices in public M&A, private equity, litigation, white-collar & regulatory defense, and restructuring, along with equally strong practices in executive compensation, intellectual property, personal representation, real estate and tax law.