Linda Steinman has more than 30 years of litigation and counseling experience in media and intellectual property law, and First Amendment law. She represents a wide range of clients in media and the arts, including book publishers, television production companies, networks, nonprofits, and digital media.
Her cases involve defamation, privacy/publicity, copyright, trademark, newsgathering torts, reporter’s privilege, prior restraint, and other publishing law and First Amendment issues.
Linda also regularly provides counseling advice to media clients, NGOs, and other nonprofits and universities, including pre-publication and pre-broadcasting review of publications, television shows (including reality programming), and documentaries, as well as complex fair use analyses. Linda also works with clients on intellectual property rights acquisition.
- Vice President, Associate General Counsel and Director of Litigation, Random House Inc., 1996-2003
Professional & Community Activities:
- Board of Trustees, Princeton University Press
- J.D., Harvard Law School, 1986, magna cum laude
- B.A., History, Yale University, 1983, summa cum laude
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