Amy Mittelman at Davis & Gilbert LLP

Amy Mittelman at Davis & Gilbert LLP

Amy N. Mittelman is an associate in the Advertising, Marketing & Promotions; Intellectual Property; and Entertainment, Media & Sports Practice Groups of Davis & Gilbert. She represents advertising agencies, media companies, and brands in connection with various aspects of advertising, marketing and entertainment law, including regulatory concerns, copyright and trademark matters, and issues surrounding publicity rights.

Ms. Mittelman reviews advertising concepts and executions for major brands and provides guidance to business and creative professionals that enables them to engage with consumers while staying in compliance with the law. Her practice includes reviewing advertising copy, drafting agreements, and advising on designing sweepstakes and skill contest promotions.

Prior to joining Davis & Gilbert, Ms. Mittelman was an attorney at McCarter & English LLP and Herrick Feinstein LLP. She also previously served as a managing editor at McGraw-Hill Higher Education. While in law school, Ms. Mittelman interned at HBO and Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts, and received the Thomas F. Reddy, Jr. Prize for Intellectual Property.

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Supreme Court Settles Circuit Split on When a Plaintiff May Sue

The Supreme Court handed down a unanimous copyright decision in March 2019 with implications for anyone involved in a copyright dispute, as well as for marketers and brands that create and use copyrighted materials. In Fourth Estate Public Benefit Corporationv. Wall Street.com, LLC (Fourth Estate), the Court resolved a long-standing split among the circuits over the requirement … Continue Reading

The Role of Artificial Intelligence

The use of artificial intelligence (AI) in the fashion and beauty industries — and the marketing of the same — has steadily gained traction over the last few years and it’s not hard to see why. AI provides a myriad of opportunities and potential applications within the fields of fashion and beauty, but it can … Continue Reading
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