Nobel Winner Joins Hutchin Hill Capital, LP
Thomas J. Sargent of New York University, 2012's co-recipient of the Nobel in economic science, recently signed on as a consultant for one of my firm's clients, Hutchin Hill Capital, LP, a multistrategy hedge fund with $1.5 billion in assets under management.
Read about it here.
Freemans Sporting Club
J Crew shops for ideas for its stores at Freemans Sporting Club, a long time client of this firm, as detailed in Businessweek. Check out the article here
In the December 15, 2010 issue of BackStage Magazine, Mr. Beckler provided his opinion with respect to the legal and practical nature of protecting an actor's headshot from thieves. View the article here.
The Law Office of Laurence Beckler, PLLC congratulates one of its long-standing clients, Night Agency, which was recognized in August 2010 as the Small Agency of the Year, Northeast Region, by AdAge.
At the behest of an international retailer of ultra-luxury goods, Larry recently researched and opined on current federal and state security breach notification laws and the future of data security standards which may be enacted in future statutes. Stay tuned for an upcoming article about this issue in the next edition of his newsletter.
In May 2009, Larry led the 4A's Onyx Forum in a discussion among independent ad agencies about the importance of succession planning, valuation concepts and current trends in advertising and marketing law.
Inside, a publication of the Corporate Counsel Section of the New York State Bar Association, published an article authored by Mr. Beckler that provides guidance to generalist attorneys who endeavor to settle intellectual property disputes without resorting to litigation. A copy of the article can be found on the "In the News!" page on this website.
The Law Office of Laurence Beckler, PLLC proudly represented Keep a Child Alive, Inc. ("KCA") in negotiating and executing a licensing and promotional agreement to distribute its most recent documentary, "Alicia in Africa: Journey to the Motherland" featuring Alicia Keys and her experiences working with the charity in Africa. For more information about the film and how you may contribute to KCA, please visitwww.keepachildalive.org.To quote KCA's mission statement, "Keep a Child Alive is a campaign that offers people the opportunity to provide lifesaving antiretroviral (ARV) medicine and support services directly to children and families with HIV/AIDS in some of the world's poorest countries. The film premiered on April 9, 2008.