David Jacoby featured in Fashionista magazine’s article about Kim Kardashian’s trademark transgressions

Culhane Meadows’ New York partner David Jacoby was recently quoted in an article about Kim Kardashian stirring up controversy when naming her brands.
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David Jacoby and Mishell Kneeland in Law360: ADA Compliance After 2nd Circ. Short-Term Injury Ruling

Culhane Meadows partners David Jacoby of New York and Mishell Kneeland of Austin recently co-authored an article for Law360 that discusses a recent 2nd Circuit decision about eligibility for those with short-term disabilities.
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CM Privacy, Data and Cybersecurity Group: Updates You Need to Know for 2021

Tomorrow, January 28th, is international Data Privacy Day! Our Privacy, Data and Cybersecurity Practice Group highlights a few recent legal developments, surprises, and resources you will want to have on your radar screen in 2021. For additional information, please click here to visit
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David Jacoby in NYLJ: ‘Star Athletica’ Three Years On

Culhane Meadows’ New York partner David Jacoby recently authored an article for New York Law Journal that details what we’ve learned from SCOTUS case Star Athletica, LLC v. Varsity Brands, Inc. and how it has impacted the clothing industry.
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David Jacoby featured in article by U.S. News about whether undergrads should have a pre-law major

In a recent article by U.S. News, Culhane Meadows’ New York office partner David Jacoby discusses the common misconception of undergrads needing a law-related major in their pursuit of a law degree.
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David Leffler and David Jacoby in NYLJ – The Third Ground: Renegotiating Office Leases Post-COVID

Our partners David Leffler and David Jacoby of New York recently co-authored an article for New York Law Journal that discusses legal strategies for renegotiating or terminating office leases in light of the pandemic.
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David Jacoby and Linda Priebe in NYLJ: New York’s Far Reaching Statute Governing Data Breaches

Our partners David Jacoby of New York and Linda Priebe of Washington, D.C. recently co-authored an article for New York Law Journal that discusses data breach liability under the new NY SHIELD (Stop Hacks and Improve Electronic Data Security) Act.
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Jacoby and Priebe: The Data Regulation You Probably Haven’t Heard About

Culhane Meadows partners David Jacoby and Linda Priebe recently authored an informative article for Legal BlackBook’s CyberInsecurity column about Vermont’s new data broker law, which companies throughout the United States need to know. Here is a relevant excerpt: After al
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David Jacoby: SCOTUS decision on NCAA case may open door to broader legal sports betting

Our New York partner, David Jacoby, recently authored an article for Law360.com that delves into the recent SCOTUS opinion in Murphy v. NCAA and its potential consequences on legalized gambling in the various states.
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David Jacoby: Dismissal of Lindsay Lohan’s Video Game Suit “Good Result” for Gaming Companies

Our New York partner David Jacoby was recently interviewed by the New York Law Journal about a ruling that dismisses Lindsay Lohan’s suit against the maker of the Grand Theft Auto video game for creating a character that allegedly looked like the actress. Here are some excerpts
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David Jacoby Interviewed About Airbnb’s Disruptive “Hundred-Billion-Dollar-Hotel” Business

David Jacoby, a partner in Culhane Meadows’ New  York City office, was recently interviewed for an article published by the International Bar Association. The focus of the article is the market disruption caused by travel giant Airbnb and the regulatory responses that have been
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Mail Service on Foreign Parties Allowed

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled unanimously in late May that the Hague Service Convention does not bar a U.S. litigant from using the mail to serve process on a party in another country that, like the U.S., has ratified the Convention, unless that foreign country specifically has objecte
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