Abbott Bushlow & Schechner LLP
For nearly 50 years, Abbott Bushlow & Schechner LLP has served clients in the five boroughs of New York City and Long Island as a general practice firm with a heavy emphasis on personal injury, auto accident and medical malpractice matters.
- Main Office
70-11 Fresh Pond Road
70-11 Fresh Pond Road
Ridgewood NY 11385
Matt has extensive experience in employment matters, helping employees analyze and litigate wrongful termination, wage and hour and discrimination claims. He also drafts and negotiates employment, independent contractor, noncompetition, and non-solicitation agreements.
Matt also advises clients on how to secure rights in their brands and creative works by preparing and filing trademark and copyright applications. Further, he helps clients enforce and defend their intellectual property rights by investigating and obtaining take downs of infringing materials from websites, litigating infringement and anticounterfeiting matters, and litigating domain name disputes.
Further, Matt litigates commercial, personal injury and medical malpractice matters.
Rutgers School of Law - Camden - J.D., 1998
Santa Clara University School of Law - High Tech Summer Law Program, 1996
Washington University in St. Louis, MO - B.A., 1994
Nassau County Bar Association, Employment, Intellectual Property, and Entertainment, Sports & Media On-Line Sections (2011 to present)
New York State Bar Association, Intellectual Property, and Entertainment, Arts & Sports Law Sections (2009 to present)
2001, New York State, U.S. District Courts, Southern and Eastern Districts of New York
1998, New Jersey, U.S. District Court, District of New Jersey
Bruce E. Bushlow
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