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Candidate search continues for top post at the Board of Standard and Appeals
June 22, 2014-Crain's New York Business
Herrick's Mitch Korbey was quoted in a Crain’s article on the potential appointment of Bryan Cave partner Margery Perlmutter to chair New York City's Board of Standards and Appeals.
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Victor J. Rocco’s Move to Herrick Reported in Major News Outlets
July 2014
The Wall Street Journal, The American Lawyer, Bloomberg News, The Deal, and Thompson Reuters' Westlaw reported on the arrival of white collar litigator Victor J. Rocco to Herrick.
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A Boot Camp for Startups: Good Ideas Are Never Enough
July 2014 -- COMMERCE Magazine NJ
Irwin Kishner's comments on legal and business challenges facing startup companies were featured in COMMERCE magazine's 2014 Annual Law Firm Managing Partners Roundtable. In the article, Irwin opines on the need for founders to clearly define how a business will be owned and operated, answer questions about who truly owns a startup's business idea or technology, and identify competitive restrictions resulting from the founders' prior employment or other business ventures. According to Irwin, issues such as these, if not properly addressed prior to bringing on an investor or strategic partner, can be show stoppers.
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Victor J. Rocco to Lead Herrick, Feinstein’s White Collar Defense and Investigations Practice
July 8, 2014
New York, NY, July 8, 2014 –White collar litigator and former federal prosecutor Victor J. Rocco has joined Herrick, Feinstein LLP as a partner in New York, and chair of the firm's White Collar Defense & Investigations practice.
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Post-Aereo: Has the Supreme Court Clouded the Future?
July 3, 2013 --
Herrick Intellectual Property Group Chair Barry Werbin opines on the recent Supreme Court Aereo decision for the NYS Bar Association’ Entertainment Arts & Sports Law Section. He notes that while the Court interpreted the ‘inert” transmission system used by Aereo as no different from other cable television providers, thus imposing direct copyright liability, the Court was cautious not to condemn other emerging content delivery and storage technologies, particularly those in the cloud. He writes that the Court was likely reacting to Aereo’s attempt to take commercial advantage of a perceived loophole in the Transmit Clause.
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