Oct 22, 2018

The FAME Center for Fashion, Arts, Media and Entertainment law is proud to congratulate four Cardozo alumni on being named to Billboard Magazine's top music lawyers list for 2018.


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Dec 10, 2018

Professor Jessica Roth, co-director of the Jacob Burns Center for Ethics in the Practice of Law, appeared on PBS' NewsHour on December 7, weighing in on the differences between how Mueller and the Southern District of New York characterize Michael Cohen.

Dec 7, 2018

Lyor Cohen's appearance at Cardozo on December 5, an event organized by the FAME Center, was the focus of an article in Rolling Stone. Cohen, the Global Head of Music at YouTube and Google, was interviewed by Cardozo alumnus Waleed Diab '04, Director of North America Record Label Business Development for YouTube and Google.

Cohen's remarks focused on the future of music, including the rise of streaming services in the music industry as well as "democraticizing" music.

Dec 7, 2018

Professor Myriam Gilles is quoted in Yahoo Finance regarding the Marriott data breach, which involved unauthorized access to Starwood guest information going back to 2014. The information that hackers gathered included customers' names, mailing addresses, phone numbers, email addresses, passport numbers, Starwood Preferred Guest account information, dates of birth, gender, and reservation dates. Some customers had their credit card information hacked as well.

For anyone whose information was hacked, they may find themselves automatically included in a class-action suit.

Nov 21, 2018

Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin and both correctly agree on an important fact for national retirement policy: People live longer than they used to.

Nov 16, 2018

Cardozo students continue to be seen on the front lines of justice. The Kathryn O. Greenberg Immigration Justice Clinic, along with The Bronx Defenders and The New York Civil Liberties Union, filed a lawsuit November 15 to stop ICE’s unlawful practice of jailing 1000-2000 New Yorkers each year for months without providing them access to the judges who have the power to rerelease them.

Nov 6, 2018

Deepak Gupta Gets Call to Argue Position Trump's DOJ Abandoned

By Tony Mauro 

If doing something twice in a row makes a trend, then the court launched a significant one on Monday afternoon.

The court announced that Deepak Gupta of Washington’s Gupta Wessler was “invited to brief and argue” as amicus curiae “in support of the judgment below” in a Social Security case from Kentucky captioned Smith v. Berryhill.

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