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Natalie SulimaniNatalie Sulimani is the founder of Sulimani Law Firm, PC.  She is engaged in a wide variety of intellectual property, technology and general corporate matters with a strong focus on start-ups and entrepreneurs.  She has represented both domestic and international clients in an array of industries, including internet and new media, entertainment, jewelry, consulting and the arts.

Natalie started her legal career in commercial litigation at one of the top international law firms located in New York City. With this invaluable experience, she then served as in-house counsel at a start-up jewelry company. This company introduced non-conflict Canadian diamonds to the American market. She oversaw the many foreign concerns in the jewelry industry and fully realized the importance of intellectual property in the online world. Working closely with seasoned marketing professionals and members of the jewelry industry, she honed her skills to understand the impact marketing, trademark, copyright and internet law have on building a brand. Since 2004, Natalie has continued to pursue this field through her own practice and brings that knowledge and experience to you.

Natalie is an Executive Committee member of the Corporate Counsel Section of the New York State Bar Association where she is actively involved in the Technology and New Media Subcommittee as well as Past Co-Chair of the New York County Lawyers’ Association (NYCLA)’s Cyberspace Law Committee.

Natalie is also frequent speaker and panelist on intellectual property and small business matters. Particularly, she is frequently called upon to speak about Protecting Your Brand Online as well as Safely Using Cloud Computing. She has presented many forums, such as ‘Are you Googling your privacy away?’, ‘Web 2.0: Upgrade your law firm marketing’ and spoken on many panels, including ‘Web marketing and the legal aspects’ and ‘Protecting Your Brand Online’.

A firm believer in helping others, Natalie is involved in Pro Bono work through the Legal Counseling Clinic of NYCLA advising in matters of Landlord/Tenant, Bankruptcy, Family Law and Employment as well as Project Restore that offers representation to ex-Felons that have been denied licenses by the Department of State.

Natalie has also co-authored an article about internet radio copyright royalty issues in the New York Law Journal that you can read here.

Natalie graduated from the University of Manchester at Kiryat Ono, Israel with an LLB. She lives in New York City with her husband and sons.

Natalie is admitted to practice in New York and in the Southern District Court of New York.

 

Benjamin NahoumBenjamin Nahoum, Partner, Sulimani & Nahoum, PC, is a general business lawyer. His areas of practice include corporate law, internet law and eCommerce, copyrights and trademarks and general business contracts and negotiations. He has represented both domestic and international clients from many different industries, including internet and new media, technology, entertainment, jewelry, consulting and the arts.

Ben began his legal career in commercial litigation with a number of top international law firms located in New York City. Following this, he served for 10 years in business development at Sullivan & Cromwell. He also has a background in finance and has held positions with Republic National Bank and Deloitte & Touche prior to his career in law.

Combining a strong background in finance, marketing and law, Ben is able to provide well-rounded advice to the many clients of Sulimani Law Firm, many of whom are entrepreneurs and startups, frequently in the technology and general internet industries. He advises clients through all phases of the business cycle from inception through their growth.

Ben has co-authored an article with Carole Basri, Update on How In-House Counsel Can Use and Expand the Privileges, The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel, June 1996, pg. 49.

Ben graduated from Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law and earned his undergraduate degree from Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. He is admitted to practice in New York and New Jersey as well as the Eastern and Southern District of New York.

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Natalie Sulimani is the founder and principal of Sulimani Law Firm, PC and an executive committee member of the New York County Lawyers’ Association (NYCLA)’s Cyberspace Law Committee. She is engaged in a wide variety of intellectual property, technology and general corporate matters with a strong focus on small businesses and entrepreneurs. She has represented both domestic and international clients in an array of industries, including internet and new media, entertainment, jewelry, consulting and the arts.

Natalie started her legal career in commercial litigation at one of the top international law firms located in New York City. With this invaluable experience, she then served as in-house counsel at a start-up jewelry company. This company introduced non-conflict Canadian diamonds to the American market and does so proudly until today. She oversaw the many foreign concerns in the jewelry industry and fully realized the importance of intellectual property in the online world. Working closely with seasoned marketing professionals and members of the jewelry industry, she honed her skills to understand the impact marketing, trademark, copyright and internet law have on building a brand. Since 2004, Natalie has continued to pursue this field through her own practice and brings that knowledge and experience to you.

Natalie is a frequent speaker and panelist on intellectual property and small business matters. She’s presented many forums, such as ‘Are you Googling your privacy away?’, ‘Web 2.0: Upgrade your law firm marketing’ and ‘Protecting Your Brand Online’ and spoken on many panels, including ‘Web Marketing and the Legal Aspects’. This fall, Natalie will be a panelist at the New York State Bar Association’s Third Corporate Counsel Institute, discussing “Brand Integrity and Legal Issues”. Natalie is also involved in Pro Bono work through the Legal Counseling Clinic of NYCLA advising in matters of Landlord/Tenant, Bankruptcy, Family Law and Employment as well as Project Restore that offers representation to ex-Felons that have been denied licenses by the Department of State.

Natalie has also co-authored an article about internet radio copyright royalty issues in the New York Law Journal that you can read here.

Natalie graduated from the University of Manchester at Kiryat Ono, Israel with an LLB. She lives in New York City with her husband and two sons.

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