Intellectual Property and Entertainment Law Firm in Boca Raton
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Law Firm OverviewThe Lomnitzer Law Firm, P.A. is a business and intellectual property firm located in Boca Raton, Florida, serving clients nationwide and locally in Palm Beach, Broward, and Miami-Dade Counties. Practice areas encompass copyright, patent and trademark and service mark registration and infringement issues, licensing, music and entertainment law, film and theater law, sports law, multimedia and technology law, cyber law and internet law, cyber attacks and data breaches, business entity formation, agreements and contracts, debt and equity financing, business sales, mergers and acquisitions, commercial real estate, business separations and dissolutions, commercial and civil litigation, and outside general counsel services.
Lorri Lomnitzer and the other attorneys’ experience extends to guiding clients through intricate regulatory compliance at the federal, state and local levels, including representation before administrative agencies, as well as handling various and complex litigation matters.
The Lomnitzer Law Firm, P.A. represents entrepreneurs, artists, inventors, and businesses with versatile and knowledgeable advocacy for their rights and interests.
Languages: French, English, Spanish
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Additional Areas of Law: Music Law; Film Law; Theater Law; Multimedia Law; Cyber Law and Internet Attacks; Counterfeit Goods; Data Breach.
Ms. Lorri Lomnitzer
Commercial Litigation, Entertainment Law, Intellectual Property
- American Bar Association
- American Intellectual Property Law Association
- Broward County Bar Association
- The Florida Bar
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Does your work involve trade secrets? If it does—or even if you’re not sure—there’s some new legislation that you should know about: the Defend Trade Secrets Act (“DTSA”), which was recently signed into law by President Obama. Here’s some information about the act and how it may affect you.Read Article
The government just denied a request from the music industry to change the royalty collection system. Here, we examine what's at stake and explain why change may be imminent.Read Article
After years of litigation, the Supreme Court let stand a ruling that Google Books makes fair use of others' copyrights. What does that mean for you?Read Article
Defamation (untrue statements that damage a reputation) is becoming more widespread as a cause of litigation, as the internet makes it increasingly easy for these messages to spread. Many new lawsuits pertain to false reviews of, or malicious attacks on, businesses. Yet as one lawsuit between two Hollywood heavyweights reminds us, "old fashioned" defamation still occurs as well - and spreads just as easily.Read Article
Legal disputes have become increasingly common among breweries and distilleries. Companies are litigating not only over trademark confusion, but also the meanings of words like "craft" and "handmade." The outcome of some of these suits may have wider implications, impacting how certain beverages are labeled.Read Article
As social media continues to become further ingrained in our daily lives, businesses and individuals should consider its potential role in litigation - particularly intellectual property-related matters. Here, a few examples of lawsuits and potential lawsuits that have arisen specifically due to social media sharing.Read Article
When a jury found that Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams' hit song "Blurred Lines" infringed Marvin Gaye's "Got to Give it Up," the world was shocked, and the music industry panicked. Here, we explain why the year Gaye's song came out was a major factor in outcome - and why, if it had been written only a short time later, the verdict may have been different.Read Article