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Leah Satlin

Leah Satlin

Counsel

Lowenstein Sandler LLP
New York, U.S.A.

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Profile

Intellectual property and commercial law matters are at the core of Leah's practice. She represents clients in technology transactions in which IP is a key component, particularly in the education, advertising, financial, and entertainment industries.

Leah’s commercial and IP transactions practice encompasses a wide range of substantive disciplines. She drafts, negotiates, and advises on SaaS agreements, end user licenses, master service agreements, developer agreements, e-commerce agreements, and insertion orders, as well as on event, co-marketing, manufacturing, distribution, and reseller agreements. In addition, she counsels clients on information privacy and data security issues and regularly drafts online and mobile app terms of use and privacy policies.

Clients appreciate that Leah makes complex legal and contractual issues clear, accessible, and applicable to their business practices. Her honed analytical skills and writing ability are complemented by her unwavering work ethic and practical approach to problem-solving. 

Prior to her legal career, Leah earned a master’s degree in modern art from Christie’s. She also worked for MutualArt, a startup art news and events aggregator website, where she developed and directed their gallery partnership program. Before entering law school, Leah worked at a blue chip contemporary art gallery in Manhattan.

Bar Admissions

    New York
    New Jersey

Education

Brooklyn Law School (J.D. 2012)
Christie's Auction House (M.A. 2006), Modern Art and the History of the Art Market
Washington University St. Louis (B.A. 2005), Art History
Areas of Practice
Articles

Inflection Point for VR?
Lowenstein Sandler LLP, November 2017

 Despite predictions over the last several years that virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) were going to dominate consumer technology, adoption and sales have been slower than many had forecasted...

Additional Articles

Is it time for virtual and augmented reality to enter the mainstream? And what are the IP pitfalls to avoid when embracing this evolving technology?


Read more about the myriad of intellectual property issues that may arise for companies involved in virtual, augmented, and mixed reality, in "Inflection point for VR?," published in Intellectual Property Magazine, authored by Partner, Matt Savare, and Associate, Leah Satlin.


 


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