Sy Damle, Andy Gass, Alli Stillman, Jonathan West, and Joe Wetzel recognized as legal leaders in the music industry.
Alli Stillman represents public and private companies in a range of industries in copyright and associated intellectual property litigation matters, with a particular concentration in technology, media, and entertainment.
A nationally renowned litigator, Ms. Stillman draws on her sophisticated technical and commercial knowledge to help clients handle a broad spectrum of copyright issues. Ms. Stillman’s work often centers on novel issues that are helping shape national copyright law, including:
- The Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA)
- Section 115 Mechanical Rights
- The Music Modernization Act
Ms. Stillman’s professional and pro bono affiliations include serving on the New York City Bar Association’s Council for Intellectual 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. She has represented Lawyers for Children in several appellate matters before the New York Supreme Court, Appellate Division, and the New York Court of Appeals.
Ms. Stillman began her career as a law clerk to the Honorable Richard R. Clifton, United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.
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New York Law Journal 2019