A New York City lawyer defending businesses and individuals
For more than 25 years, attorney Daniel J. Aaron has been providing legal representation in New York City and throughout the United States. He is based in New York City, but appears in courts and conference rooms around the country in order to meet the needs of his clients. His litigation practice focuses on resolving business disputes, which often involve contract, copyright, entertainment and bankruptcy issues. He also provides counsel in the negotiation of licensing, advertising, distribution and other service-provider agreements. His clients range from large public companies to individuals.
Daniel J. Aaron, P.C. handles cases involving:
-General business and entertainment litigaton
-Negotiation of contracts and licenses in the fields of:
Personalized legal service from a knowledgeable New York City lawyer:
Daniel J. Aaron, P.C. is dedicated to providing legal advice in a timely and cost-effective manner. The firm's goal is to build long-term and mutually beneficial relationships with clients. A graduate of Columbia University Law School, Daniel Aaron has a reputation as a skilled, attentive and highly experienced lawyer.
90 Park Avenue, Suite 701
New York NY 10016
Experienced New York Intellectual Property Law Firm
Registering your copyright:
Once you have produced a piece of art, you maintain the exclusive right to print, sell, copy, license, distribute and use your work as you see fit. In addition to financial benefits, copyright protects the integrity of your work by allowing you to direct the manner in which it is used. For work created after 1978, the U.S. Copyright Office grants copyright for the full extent of an author's or creator's life plus 50 years. Copyright is recognized by many countries through the Universal Copyright Convention, so your protection extends internationally.
Defending your business image from trademark & copyright infringement:
The use by another company of your trademark can lead to lost profits and a tarnished reputation. When a company's similar name, style, lettering, picture or other branding causes confusion, you may have a valid infringement claim. Attorney Aaron stops the unauthorized use of your trademark by obtaining an injunction against the infringer, and he assertively pursues damages for unfair competition.
-Advertising and marketing
-New York, 1986
-U.S. District Court, Southern and Eastern Districts of New York, 1987
-U.S. Court of Appeals, Second Circuit, 2000
-University of Pennsylvania BA History, The Wharton School, BS Economics 1982
-Columbia University, J.D. 1985
Associations & memberships:
-The Association of the Bar of the City of New York
-New York State Bar Association
-American Bar Associations
Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar.
Juris Doctorate, 1985