August 17th, 2015
The Best Lawyers in America 2016
In its 2016 edition, Best Lawyers "Best Law Firms" ranked Frankfurt Kurnit in "Tier 1" in Advertising, Copyright, Entertainment, Trademark, and Trust & Estates Law, "Tier 2" in Litigation (IP) and Media Law, and "Tier 3" in Commercial Litigation and Regulatory Enforcement Litigation.
In addition 17 of our lawyers were listed in The Best Lawyers in America© 2016, including Victoria Cook (Entertainment Law), Lisa Davis (Entertainment Law), Michael P. Frankfurt (Entertainment Law), Jeffrey A. Greenbaum (Advertising Law, Copyright Law), Richard B. Heller (Entertainment Law), Richard Hofstetter (Entertainment Law), Candice Kersh (Advertising), Rick Kurnit (Advertising Law, Litigation, Copyright Law, Entertainment Law, Litigation - Intellectual Property Law, Media Law, and Trademark Law), Brian E. Maas (Criminal Defense - White Collar), Richard M. Maltz (Ethics and Professional Responsibility Law), Ronald C. Minkoff (Commercial Litigation, Ethics and Professional Responsibility Law, Legal Malpractice Law - Defendants, Legal Malpractice Law - Plaintiffs, and Litigation - Regulatory Enforcement), Brian G. Murphy (Advertising Law, Entertainment Law), Edward Rosenthal (Entertainment Law), Terri Seligman (Advertising Law), Thomas D. Selz (Entertainment Law), Barbara E. Shiers (Trusts and Estates), and Linda J. Wank (Trusts & Estates).
Texas Bank Countersues Consultants For $10.5M Stock Buy
Law360 quotes John Harris on a countersuit filed defendants who face allegations of a botched stock purchase. Law360 mentions John Harris and Amelia Brankov as counsel to plaintiffs TBM Consulting Group Inc. (Behind paywall)
July 16 2018
GDPR Data Breach Notification Requirements
The National Law Review interviews Tanya Forsheit about the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) that went into effect May 25. Ms. Forsheit explains the GDPR requirements and how companies need to comply with them.
June 29 2018
The Next 4 Big Copyright And Trademark Rulings Are…
Law360 quotes Craig Whitney on the potential impact of a 2nd Circuit decision in Capitol Records, LLC v. ReDigi Inc. The case addresses the question of whether the “first sale” doctrine applies to digital transactions.
June 28 2018