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Legal services for businesses, creative professionals and their lawyers
In today's digital world, intellectual property (IP) assets are the crown jewels of many businesses. Trademarks, patents, copyrights, trade secrets, photographs and online content need to be carefully managed to maximize their value and protected against a multitude of threats.
Led by two senior partners with decades of cutting-edge IP legal experience, Lutzker & Lutzker LLP provides counseling, transactional and litigation services to a wide range of clients, including:
- Corporations whose in-house counsel need assistance with IP matters
- Large, mid-size and small businesses seeking to grow or protect their IP assets
- International brands and companies entering the U.S. market
- Creative professionals and firms seeking to capitalize on their IP assets
- Nonprofits that need a wide spectrum of legal services.
Imagining the Indian: The Fight Against Native American Mascoting is a documentary that examines the movement to end the use of Native American names, logos and mascots in the world of sports and beyond. The documentary’s film festival tour began at California’s American Indian & Indigenous Film Festival on April 3rd, followed by screenings in Boston and at FilmFestDC. Our [ ... ]
In recent months several major collectors have suffered staggering losses after their NFTs fell victim to phishing schemes. Collector Larry Lawliet lost $2.7 M when hackers convinced him to sign bogus agreements giving them access to a digital wallet containing identifying information concerning his assets. New York art collector and gallerist [ ... ]
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As we previously reported, in July 2020, the Court of Justice of the European Union (“CJEU”), in a case known as Schrems II, invalidated the Privacy Shield, the safe harbor mechanism relied on by businesses to transfer personal data from the EU to the United States in a manner compliant with GDPR. The CJEU finding [ ... ]