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Mr. Hillel I. Parness

Lecturer At Law

Columbia University

HQ Phone: (212) 305-2500

Email: h***@***.edu

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Columbia University School of Law

Columbia University

Herbert Irving Pavilion, 10Th Floor 161 Fort Washington Avenue

New York, New York 10032

United States

Company Description

A leading academic and research university, Columbia University continually seeks to advance the frontiers of knowledge and to foster a campus community deeply engaged in understanding and addressing the complex global issues of our time. Columbia Univers ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Interim Head of Litigation (2016); Acting Head of Litigation (2014)

Warner Music Group Corp.

Partner

Robins Kaplan Miller & Ciresi L.L.P

Partner

Lovells LLP

Counsel

Brown Raysman Millstein Felder & Steiner LLP

Associate

Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP

Affiliations

Founder
Parness Law Firm PLLC

Member of Adjunct Faculty
Columbia

Advisor
Echospin LLC

Education

B.A. , magna cum laude

Columbia College

J.D.

Columbia Law School

J.D.

Columbia University School of Law

undergraduate degree

Columbia College

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News & Press

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Copyright Society member Hillel Parness has opened his own practice, Parness Law Firm, PLLC.

A founding partner of the New York office of Robins, Kaplan, Miller & Ciresi L.L.P., Hillel is a highly seasoned litigator who has represented a broad spectrum of domestic and international companies and individuals in a variety of industries. He will be drawing on his 19 years of experience to help clients with issues relating to a wide range of commercial disputes, as well as issues of copyright, trademark, media and e-commerce.
Hillel has served as a panelist at Copyright Society programs including the recent New York Chapter panel "Aereo: In the Wake of the Supreme Court Argument" and moderated "'We Want …. a Shrubbery!!!' Kelley v. Chicago Park District and Renewed Consideration of Authorship and Fixation under Copyright Law" at our 2013 Annual Meeting.
Hillel received his undergraduate degree from Columbia College and his J.D. from Columbia University School of Law where he currently teaches Internet law and intellectual property classes as an adjunct professor.
More information at www.hiplaw.com. Hillel's new email address is hip@hiplaw.com.


RIAA - November 2011 Music Notes Blog - May 24, 2014

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A credible, independent legal voice has weighed in on the move to counter rogue sites and address their threat to the U.S. creative industries and national economy: Hillel I. Parness, a New York attorney and adjunct member of the IP faculty at Columbia University School of Law.

At the request of technology blog ReadWriteWeb, Parness conducted a study of the state of both the PROTECT IP and Stop Online Piracy Acts. His conclusions help debunk some of the myths about the legislation including the conclusion that the bills do not give the government the tools to "censor" websites based on a content evaluation alone:
As Parness told ReadWriteWeb today, his analysis of the bills as they are currently written indicates that federal authorities would not be given the authority or the tools they would require to request a court order to take down any Web site (the bills concentrate on sites based abroad) based on content evaluation alone.


RIAA - November 2011 Music Notes Blog - December 18, 2013

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A credible, independent legal voice has weighed in on the move to counter rogue sites and address their threat to the U.S. creative industries and national economy: Hillel I. Parness, a New York attorney and adjunct member of the IP faculty at Columbia University School of Law.

At the request of technology blog ReadWriteWeb, Parness conducted a study of the state of both the PROTECT IP and Stop Online Piracy Acts. His conclusions help debunk some of the myths about the legislation including the conclusion that the bills do not give the government the tools to "censor" websites based on a content evaluation alone:
As Parness told ReadWriteWeb today, his analysis of the bills as they are currently written indicates that federal authorities would not be given the authority or the tools they would require to request a court order to take down any Web site (the bills concentrate on sites based abroad) based on content evaluation alone.


Speaker Bios | Copyright and Technology

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Hillel Parness

Hillel Parness is a litigation and intellectual property partner in the New York office of Robins, Kaplan, Miller & Ciresi L.L.P., one of the nation's leading trial law firms. He is also an adjunct member of the IP faculty at Columbia University School of Law, where he has taught a seminar on Internet law since 2002.
Mr. Parness manages a wide variety of copyright, trademark and trade secret litigation matters, including music, software, new media, privacy, and Internet law infringement and licensing cases. Among his active matters is his ongoing representation of a major performing rights organization in connection with the public performance of music in various forms of new media. In addition to his intellectual property litigation practice, he is engaged on a wide range of complex commercial litigation matters at the trial and appellate levels, including contract, securities, product liability, white collar and other types of litigation matters.
Mr. Parness is a frequent writer and speaker on issues of litigation and intellectual property, and serves on the Content Advisory Board of the ABA Section of Intellectual Property Law, the Board of Editors for Cyberspace Lawyer, the Executive Committee of the Copyright Society of the USA (Ex Officio), the Emerging Issues Committee of the International Trademark Association (INTA), and the Law School Professor Subcommittee of the American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA).
He is admitted to practice in the state and federal courts of New York and New Jersey, the U.S. Courts of Appeal for the Second, Third, Seventh and Federal Circuits, and the U.S. Supreme Court. He received his J.D. from Columbia University School of Law, and his undergraduate degree from Columbia College.


RIAA - November 2011 Music Notes Blog - November 19, 2012

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A credible, independent legal voice has weighed in on the move to counter rogue sites and address their threat to the U.S. creative industries and national economy: Hillel I. Parness, a New York attorney and adjunct member of the IP faculty at Columbia University School of Law.

At the request of technology blog ReadWriteWeb, Parness conducted a study of the state of both the PROTECT IP and Stop Online Piracy Acts. His conclusions help debunk some of the myths about the legislation including the conclusion that the bills do not give the government the tools to "censor" websites based on a content evaluation alone:
As Parness told ReadWriteWeb today, his analysis of the bills as they are currently written indicates that federal authorities would not be given the authority or the tools they would require to request a court order to take down any Web site (the bills concentrate on sites based abroad) based on content evaluation alone.

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