Daniel A. Schnapp is a trial attorney that concentrates on high-profile copyright and industrial lawsuits in sectors including advertising and marketing, art, amusement, media, songs, innovation and finance. Schnapp has effectively litigated situations for customers such as Fox Broadcasting Business (" FOX"), the College of Southern The Golden State (USC) as well as the Walt Disney Business (Disney).
Schnapp graduated from Harvard Legislation Institution in 2001 with levels in law as well as mathematics. He after that clerked for Judge Stephen Reinhardt of the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit prior to operating at Latham & Watkins LLP where he focused on intellectual property lawsuits.
Daniel prosecutes copyright infringement instances involving photographs of celebrities for the National Football Organization Players Association; trademark violation conflicts with major shoes suppliers for Nike; license claims versus Google over its Street Sight app with Getty Images; piracy insurance claims by Hollywood studios versus Internet service providers in Canada for their function in dispersing illegal copies of movies online; copyright insurance claims by photographers affirming that Facebook infringed on their copyrights when it permitted users to post images without permission or repayment to musicians' works; antitrust suits brought versus Apple Inc., AOL Time Detector Cable LLC and also various other
Mr. Schnapp has been practicing legislation for more than two decades with a focus on intellectual property litigation. He has efficiently litigated disagreements for customers such as the NFL Players Organization (NFLPA), SiriusXM Radio Inc., Warner Bros Entertainment Inc., John Deere Business, and also lots of others in state as well as government courts throughout the nation prior to judges from every level of experience who have actually usually informed Mr. Schnapp that he "recognizes his things."
He is a skilled supporter with considerable knowledge of complicated concerns entailing copyright law; trademark infringement; profession tricks