Copyright litigator Alli Stillman recognized among the entertainment industry’s top New York-based lawyers.
Alli Stillman represents industry leaders in their most complex copyright challenges, with a particular focus on digital media platforms.
Ms. Stillman draws on extensive experience helping clients navigate and shape the copyright regimes governing digital media, including in connection with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) and the Music Modernization Act.
She partners with clients to devise and execute strategies around copyright licensing issues and disputes — ranging from day-to-day counseling to bet-the-company litigation — to achieve their business objectives.
Ms. Stillman regularly garners recognition from leading industry authorities, including Crain’s New York Business, Billboard, The Hollywood Reporter, and Law360. She is also an alumna of Leadership Music, a fellowship program for leaders across the music industry.
She serves on the New York City Bar Association’s Committee on Copyright and Literary Property and on the Board of Directors of Lawyers for Children, a nonprofit legal corporation dedicated to protecting the rights of children in foster care in New York City and promoting system-wide child welfare reform in New York State.
Ms. Stillman began her career as a law clerk to Judge Richard R. Clifton, US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.