James Rosenfeld litigates and counsels on media, intellectual property, and Internet law – including copyright, trademark, right of publicity, invasion of privacy, defamation, and commercial matters.
He represents book, magazine, and newspaper publishers, television and radio broadcasters, and a wide array of Internet content and service providers, including the operators of blogs and other online publications; the licensors of images, footage and music; and the publishers of news, health, technology, education, and travel websites.
Jim is experienced in all aspects of litigation and arbitration, and equally adept at avoiding and resolving disputes. He seeks to understand clients’ businesses thoroughly and shapes legal strategies to fit their competitive goals.
He has a particular expertise in digital media law, advising clients on issues unique to content providers on the Internet and other new platforms, including the DMCA and CDA legal immunities for user-generated content, liability arising from linking, framing and aggregation, and issues relating to online advertising, social media and piracy.
Professional & Community Activities:
- Copyright Litigation Subcommittee, American Bar Association, 2011
- Communications and Media Law Committee, New York City Bar Association, 2007-2010
- Copyright Society of the United States
- J.D., Columbia Law School, 1995
- Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar
- B.A., Yale University, 1990, cum laude
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