On November 19, Bankruptcy and Corporate Restructuring partner Rocco Cavaliere and Intellectual Property co-chair Amy Goldsmith will present a CLE webcast for Lawline, an online CLE provider, “SCOTUS Review: Mission Product Holdings v. Tempnology,” where they will explain what can happen to intellectual property assets in a Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceeding. Rocco and Amy will also discuss patents, copyrights and trademarks in context of the Bankruptcy Code; review cases involving patents and copyright in bankruptcy; identify best practices for IP licensors and licensees and break down the Supreme Court’s long-awaited and important decision in Mission Product Holdings, Inc. v. Tempnology, LLC.
Stefanie Marrone, Tarter Krinsky & Drogin’s Director of Business Development & Marketing, was selected to be the co-chair of the 2019 Legal Marketing Association's Northeast Regional Conference, which will be held in New York City on November 14 and 15.
On November 12, Immigration partner Roxanne Levine will present, “The Crisis in Business Immigration; Alternatives to H-1B” at the 21st Annual New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education (NJICLE) Advanced Corporate Immigration Law Conference in New Jersey. Roxanne will explore significant immigration changes that affect businesses including when B-1 is appropriate, problem schools, H-2B, H-4, TPS, DACA and other EADs.
Stefanie Marrone, Tarter Krinsky & Drogin’s Director of Business Development and Marketing, will be a featured speaker at the New York City Bar’s Small Law Firm Symposium, which will be held on November 7. Stefanie will present a one-hour session on, "Enhancing Your Online Presence to Grow Your Firm (and Your Brand) Without Breaking the Bank."
On September 26, Bankruptcy and Corporate Restructuring co-chair Scott Markowitz will present, “Turnaround Strategy in Sexual Abuse-Related Restructuring Cases” at Turnaround Management Association’s Annual Conference in Cleveland.
On September 25, Stefanie Marrone, Tarter Krinsky & Drogin’s Director of Business Development and Marketing, will speak at the 2019 Ark Group Competitive Intelligence in the Modern Law Firm Conference. Stefanie will discuss how to identify your real peers and competitors, how to evaluate your presence among your target market against your competitors and how to differentiate your firm among the competition now that you have this valuable data.
On September 18, Construction partner Laurie Stanziale will present, “Finding Your Tribe,” at the Women in Construction USA Conference, which is designed to connect, educate, inspire and highlight female leaders in the construction industry in San Francisco. As the number of women in construction remains far less than male counterparts, Laurie will explore the strategic ways of setting up a peer support group within the profession including how to identify and build a tribe, learning the value of members and helping to connect tribe members together. She will also discuss understanding the long-term benefits of having a tribe and finding a balance between social support and professional development.
On September 11-13, Construction partner Chip Pierce will be honored as a fellow of the Construction Lawyers Society of America (CSLA) at the upcoming 2019 CLSA International Conference & Induction of Fellows in Colorado Springs.
On August 13, Director of Business Development and Marketing Stefanie Marrone will be a featured speaker at a Legal Marketing Association Marketing Technology Shared Interest Group program in New York City on "Helping Your Lawyers Link in to LinkedIn."
On August 8-10, Securities and Financial Services Litigation co-chair Rich Schoenstein and Litigation partner Richard Williamson will teach several courses at the National Institute for Trial Advocacy’s 2019 Northeast Regional Basic Trial Skills program at Hofstra University School of Law. During the interactive courses, Rich and Richard will cover various topics, including trial advocacy and opening and closing statements. In addition, Rich and Richard will serve as mock judges so participants can experience trying a case from start to finish.
On August 6, Amy Goldsmith and Rachel Lin will speak to lawyers at Burke, Warren, MacKay & Serritella on Tarter Krinsky & Drogin’s Intellectual Property practice during a monthly lunch and learn series. Our full-service IP group offers protection for the global interests of companies in a variety of industries, including tech, life sciences, luxury goods and consumer products. Burke Warren is the Chicago member of Lawyers Associated Worldwide (LAW), a global association of independent law firms located in more than 50 countries with more than 4000 lawyers internationally.
On July 18, Intellectual Property co-chair Amy Goldsmith and Litigation Partner and co-chair of Securities and Financial Services Litigation Group Rich Schoenstein will present a National Law Institute CLE program, which will be hosted at Tarter Krinsky & Drogin’s office at 1350 Broadway in New York City.
On July 9, Intellectual Property co-chair Amy Goldsmith will present a CLE webcast for Lawline, where she regularly contributes articles, hosts CLE programs and participates in speaking engagements. During this program, “Website Terms and Conditions: One Size Does Not Fit All Territories,” Amy will deconstruct typical web site terms and conditions, explain why separate policies are needed in different territories and the responsibilities of the web site owner in each territory.
On July 8 and 15, Litigation partner Richard Williamson will teach at the New York County Lawyers’ Association’s Winning Cases in Federal Court program, a two-day CLE event. Richard, along with a panel of top litigators, will cover various topics including commencing an action in federal court, seeking and opposing summary judgment and trial of a civil case in federal court.
On June 12 and 13, Intellectual Property co-chair Amy Goldsmith will speak to Vistage CEO groups on “Preserving Trade Secrets and Confidential Info: What a C-Suite Executive Needs to Know.” During the events, Amy will discuss how to create a program to protect confidentiality and trade secrets, including instruction for employees regarding their obligations, implementing best practices and the downsides of social media. Amy will also review privacy obligations under New York’s current law and new proposals, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the California Consumer Privacy Act.
On June 12, Intellectual Property counsel Rachel Lin will speak on a breakfast panel at Soho House on intellectual property for startups. During the open forum discussion, Rachel will help entrepreneurs understand the costs and benefits of various IP assets in today’s startup environment and how IP issues can affect their small businesses.
Tarter Krinsky & Drogin is pleased to announce the launch of its CLE program series, open to attorneys, clients and others interested in the topics. The programs, which each cover various areas of the law, reflecting the full-service nature of the firm’s practice, will be held at TKD’s office at 1350 Broadway. Advance registration is required.
On June 7, Giuliano Iannaccone, Chair of the International and Retail Practice Groups, will be a faculty member on the Practising Law Institute’s (PLI) Fashion and Retail Law 2019: Trends and Developments program. The program will be held live in person in New York City and will also be available online as a webinar. Giuliano will speak about, "The New Model of Retail Real Estate,” which will cover the disruption of traditional models of real estate, the rise of non-brand specific retailers and their business models, and the new era shopping center, among other topics.
On June 6, Intellectual Property co-chair Amy Goldsmith will present a CLE program to the American Council of Engineering Companies of New York. During the program, Amy will discuss privacy obligations under the laws of New York, California and Europe, how to create a plan to protect confidentiality and trade secrets, implement best practices and the perils of social media.
On June 6, Partner and Chair of Corporate Investigations Practice and Co-Chair of Reputation Management Practice Anthony Dougherty was a panelist at a Conference of Major Superiors of Men event in St. Louis. Anthony spoke before many Catholic religious orders on the statute of limitations on window legislation and insurance coverage issues.
Tarter Krinsky & Drogin is proud to support the 3rd Annual MetaBash on May 23 where all proceeds will go to METAvivor, an organization that exclusively raises awareness, funds research and provides support to those living with metastatic breast cancer.
Intellectual Property co-chair Amy Goldsmith will speak at Blue Print Surface Design & Print Show on May 21. Amy, along with a panel of distinguished artists and agents, will answer questions regarding the protectability of original works of art and fashion and the copyright registration process. In addition, Amy will provide best practices on protecting your work from being copied on the internet, social media and beyond.
On May 16, Construction partner Laurie A. Stanziale will present a National Law Institute CLE breakfast program, "Welcome to the Neighborhood: The Importance of Getting to Know Your Neighbors When Doing Construction." The program will provide 3.0 hours of CLE credit in the Professional Practice category and will explore how to avoid project delays at the earliest stages of new construction or major renovations in a metropolitan area such as New York City.
On May 16, Intellectual Property co-chair Amy Goldsmith will present at the Legal Marketing Association’s New York Local Group lunch program, “Strategic Networking v. Random Acts of Lunch.” Amy, a frequent speaker and author, will share her personal approach to strategic networking.
Tarter Krinsky & Drogin managing partner Alan Tarter, and Commercial Finance partners Ed Farrell and Sherri Lydell recently attended the New York Edge Annual Benefit Luncheon alongside members of the BankUnited team, whose Chief Operating Officer was honored for his support of access to education in underserved communities.