There have been moves by the MTA to limit the content of advertisements that appear on its properties. In a Newsweek article Rob Garson of GS2Law commented that the MTA’s policy
“could sanitize satire within the commercial context. As long as you’re saying, ‘Go and buy this,’ that’s fine. But if you’re saying, ‘Our shoes ar large, therefore de Blasio might not like them,’ that could fall...Read More
March 2, 2015 – New York, NY – Garson, Segal, Steinmetz, Fladgate LLP has announced that Kevin Murphy is ending his 14 Year relationship with Frommer Lawrence and Haug to join the Chelsea based Intellectual Property boutique to head up Asian growth.
“Kevin is sheer quality,” says managing partner Rob Garson, “A proven patent litigator and pharmaceutical lawyer of...Read More
In a Law360 article entitled “Barclays Fighting To Hold On To ‘Lehman Brothers’ Trademark”, Bill Donahue writes:
“Barclays PLC has largely discarded the “Lehman Brothers” brand since it acquired much of the bankrupt investment firm during the 2008 financial crisis, but court records show that it’s now fighting at the trademark office to prove that it still...Read More
Chris Fladgate and Robert Garson were asked to present a paper on Arbitration, the Beth Din and its wider commercial applicability. Title “Religious Courts & Alternative Dispute Resolution” – Aspen, 2014.
Aaron Thomas embezzlement claims dropped
Former MasterChef contestant Aaron Thomas has $7.6m embezzlement claims dropped
Published: September 11, 2014 – 9:34PM
Aaron Thomas, the 26-year-old former contestant on MasterChef Australia, who was accused of embezzling more than $US 7 million ($7.6 million) from his own company, has had the allegations dismissed.
Thomas, who was...Read More
The Observer Scores One …ent | New York Observer
The Observer Scores One for the First Amendment
By Ken Kurson | 05/19/14 10:34am
An important legal victory in support of a free press occurred in a Manhattan court on Thursday, made all the more delicious because the victor was the New York Observer.
Here’s what happened.
On December 11, 2012, the New York Post ran a story...Read More