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Brand Activation Legal Committee: August 18, 2022

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For August’s meeting, presenters from Moses & Singer LLP, Elizabeth A. Corradino, and David Rabinowitz, Esq., will provide an update on FTC developments, NAD decisions, false advertising cases and intellectual property issues impacting social media.

Elizabeth A. Corradino, Partner, Chair of the Intellectual Property, Entertainment/Media & Technology Practice Group.

She has a diverse practice focused on solving the legal and business issues affecting content creators and distributors across digital and traditional media platforms. Liz assists advertisers, advertising agencies and public relations firms with clearance, compliance and the execution of campaigns and other initiatives, and advises entertainment and media companies on all aspects of the development, creation and exploitation of content, including rights acquisitions, talent engagement, development and production, licensing and distribution. She also counsels clients with respect to the clearance, protection and enforcement of intellectual property and advises individuals and companies on transactions as diverse as promotional, social media and experiential marketing, media buying and planning and live events.

Liz is a member of the Board of Directors of The Keen Company, an award-winning Off-Broadway theater company, actively participates in numerous professional organizations such as New York Women in Film & Television, the International Trademark Association and the Association of National Advertisers and is a former member of the New York City Bar Association’s Entertainment Law Committee. She also presents programs, authors articles and comments on issues relating to entertainment and media, technology and intellectual property law.

David Rabinowitz, Partner, Intellectual Property and Law Firm Management Practice Groups.

Within a broad commercial litigation and litigation counseling practice, David has focused in the substantive areas of financial industry litigation, including corporate trusts and letters of credit, trusts and estates, intellectual property, contracts and employment. David has represented major financial institutions in matters relating to indenture trusts, letters of credit, negotiable instruments and electronic transfers, real estate and cross-border judgment enforcement.

In the area of intellectual property, David has represented entertainment, sports and media companies, talent and rights owners in litigated and non-litigated matters concerning contracts and licenses, copyright, trademark and unfair competition, right of publicity, and defamation and related free speech issues, including infringement claims and inter partes proceedings in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.