Jared Benjamin is an associate in the Litigation Group at Frankfurt Kurnit, where he focuses on intellectual property and white collar defense. He represents individual and corporate clients in the media, entertainment, retail, financial, and legal industries.
Prior to joining Frankfurt Kurnit, Mr. Benjamin clerked for the Hon. Paul G. Feinman of the New York State Court of Appeals and for the Appellate Division, Third Judicial Department.
Mr. Benjamin has experience in multiple disciplines. He has previously planned and created content workshops for startups, assisted in policy development for a non-profit committed to helping disadvantaged entrepreneurs, and performed research and published articles analyzing the impact of the recession on college towns and cities for the American Institute for Economic Research.
Mr. Benjamin is admitted to practice in New York.
University of Rochester (BA, double major – Political Science and Economics, 2013)
-Annual Dean’s Scholarship Award
-National Merit Commended Scholar Award
University of Maine School of Law (JD, cum laude, 2016)
-Writer and Editor at the Maine Law Review
-Recipient of Violette/Lombard Scholarship (Maine Law’s highest monetary scholarship)
-Co-founder and Co-chair of Maine Law Policy Group
Upcoming Speaking Engagements
Past Speaking Engagements
Frankfurt Kurnit’s Third Annual Litigation Ethics Summit Webinar
Frankfurt Kurnit is hosting its Third Annual Litigation Ethics Summit -- a complimentary CLE for corporate counsel, law firm general counsel, partners with responsibility for law firm compliance and risk management, and other lawyers with interest in professional responsibility issues. Read more.
November 13 2020
What’s Happening in Copyright Law? Part II
Does your business depend on copyright ownership and licensing, or rise and fall with changes in copyright law? Do you use content created by others or worry that your content is going to be stolen? Are you susceptible to copyright claims from third parties or trolls? If so, please join us remotely for part two of the Frankfurt Kurnit CLE (CA & NY credit) update on current hot topics in copyright law. (Note: part one is not a prerequisite for part two.) Read more.
August 13 2020