Kathryn HinesTEL: 212.634.3054
30 Rockefeller Plaza
New York, NY 10112
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Ms. Hines is an associate in the Entertainment, Technology and Advertising Practice Group in the firm's New York office.
Areas of Practice
Ms. Hines concentrates her practice in a variety of complex litigation matters. She has experience representing clients in breach of contract and fraud disputes and in disputes over trademark, copyright and patent infringements. In addition, she represents banks and other financial institutions in internal investigations, regulatory inquiries and securities litigation.
Ms. Hines also advises clients in the retail, media and entertainment industries on clearing advertising campaigns, conducting contests and sweepstakes promotional initiatives, intellectual property licensing and other transactional matters.
- J.D., University of Chicago Law School, 2010
- B.A., Northwestern University, 2004, cum laude
- New York
- United States District Court, Southern District of New York
- United States District Court, Eastern District of New York
- "Boosting Legal Protection For Foreign Art Lenders," Law360, July 30, 2012
- "Understanding Counsel's Obligations and Challenges In The E-Discovery Process," The Role of Technology in Evidence Collection: Leading Lawyers on Preserving Electronic Evidence," Developing New Collection Strategies, and Understanding the Implications of Social Media (Inside the Minds), Aspatore Books, 2011.
- "Tweet Me! - The Southern District of New York Answers Copyright Questions Raised by Twitter and Twitpuc Use," Terralex's Intellectual Property Newsletter, September 2011
Advertising & Promotions Law Blog Articles
- "Path/FTC Settlement - Much More Than A Slap On The Wrist," February 5, 2013
Art Law Blog Articles
- "Lend Us Your Ears: Museums Implore Senate," July 24, 2012
- "Life After Death - Right of Publicity Law," April 16, 2012
Corporate & Securities Law Blog Articles
- "Second Circuit Affirms Dismissal of Securities Fraud Claims Relating to Allegedly Misleading Press Release," February 15, 2013
- "Second Circuit Holds that Falsity of Estimates of Goodwill and Loan Loss Reserves For Purposes of Sections 11 and 12(a)(2) of the Securities Act of 1933 Hinges on the Speakers' Subjective Belief in the Estimates' Accuracy," September 13, 2011
- "New York High Court Applies the "Single-Entity Exemption" in the Securities Litigation Uniform Standards Act of 1998," July 12, 2011
- "Second Circuit Holds That Rating Agencies Were Not "Underwriters" or "Controlling Persons" Within the Meaning of the Securities Act of 1933," May 23, 2011
New York Commercial Division Round-Up Blog Articles