Amy B. Goldsmith will be speaking at the Law of Luxury Goods Series on July 22 in London. Her presentation is titled “How to Market through Celebrities & Music Bands – Publicity Rights, Product Placement & Endorsement Deals.”
Tarter Krinsky & Drogin partnered with Università Bocconi to host a full-day program as part of its In-Company Training Program. The presentation, titled “Setting up Shop: Key Legal Issues for the Retail Industry” focused on the key legal challenges for retail clients entering the U.S. market.
On October 27 Tarter Krinsky & Drogin partnered with Lawline to host “Business in a Box” – a one-day series of CLE presentations designed to address the top legal issues facing emerging companies in growing and protecting their businesses.
Tarter Krinsky & Drogin Partner Giuliano Iannaccone spoke at two Italian conferences in October on the “Internationalization of Italian Companies in the American Market”. His presentation addressed corporation and limited liability companies, foreign entity and Delaware corporations, director and officer’s liability, as well as commercial contracts.
Amy B. Goldsmith will be speaking on gene patenting on June 28. The seminar entitled “Yours, Mine, and Ours: The U.S. Supreme Court Decision on Genetic Patents” will be held over a live webcast on Lawline.com.
Mark Rosenberg will be speaking on “Trademark Prosecution and Disputes in the United States” at the China Trademark Festival on June 15. The festival is sponsored by the China Trademark Association and the Dalian Municipal Government.
Amy B. Goldsmith spoke at the inaugural TEDx Times Square conference on the subject of “Openness: Do We Still Own the Rights to Our Ideas, Bodies and Products?” Her presentation addressed ownership of one’s own tissues and genes, as well as fashion and business concepts.
Roxanne H. Levine will speak at the New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education’s 13th Annual Immigration Conference on March 20, 2013. This conference provides an in-depth exploration of the most pressing concerns confronted by immigration law attorneys, and offers effective strategies for dealing with those concerns.
Amy Goldsmith will present “Yours, Mine and Ours (not yet!): An Update on the Patentability of Human Genes” on Lawline.com. In this the latest part of her Genetic Patent Series, she explores, the burgeoning issue of patent protection eligibility for genetic processes.
Amy Goldsmith and Giuliano Iannaccone will speak at "Fashion Law: the IP and Distribution Issues Facing the Industry Today" on February 15, 2013. This conference is co-sponsored by the International Association of Lawyers and the International Association of Young Lawyers.
Tarter Krinsky & Drogin, in conjunction with Bisnow, is hosting the first-ever “Future of Brooklyn” event, bringing together the top real estate figures in one of the nation's hottest and fastest growing markets.
Tarter Krinsky & Drogin, in conjunction with Citrin Cooperman, is hosting the event “Prevailing Wages for Federal and State Public Works Projects: A Lunch Date with the Investigators.” This will be a direct dialogue with the investigators from the U.S. and New York State Departments of Labor.
Deborah J. Piazza will present “Dealing with Bankruptcy Issues, Given Today’s Economic Environment” at the Closely Held and Flow—Through Entities Conference, sponsored by the Foundation for Accounting Education.
Roxanne Levine will be speaking at the New York State Bar Association seminar "Immigration Law Update 2012: Basics and Beyond." Her presentation titled "Non-Immigrant Visa Update.” Topics will include L-1Bs in peril, third party employers, and requests for evidence and burden of proof issues.
Tarter Krinsky & Drogin LLP will host the seminar “Prevailing Wages for Public Works Projects: A Conversation with the New York State Department of Labor.” This event will be co-sponsored by Five Star Financial Group, an office of MetLife and Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc.
Richard L. Steer and Andrew S. Koerner will be presenting to staffing company owners and employees at the New York Staffing Association’s (NYSA) Owner’s Workshop Event on labor and employment and immigration issues.