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Natalie Sulimani

Sulimani Law Firm, PC

New York, NY, USA

Natalie Sulimani is the founder and principal 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 up, entrepreneurs and small to medium sized businesses.  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 downtown New York City. With this invaluable experience and ethic, she then served as in-house counsel at a start-up jewelry company. There she focused on the many foreign concerns in the jewelry industry and fully realized the importance of intellectual property. 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.

Natalie is Co-Chair of the New York County Lawyers' Association (NYCLA)'s Cyberspace Law Committee as well as 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.

Natalie is also a frequent speaker and panelist on intellectual property and small business matters.  Particularly, she is frequently called upon to speak about Protecting Your Brand in the Face of Social Media.  She has presented many forums, such as 'Are you Googling your privacy away?' and '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'. 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 and an article regarding the issues with Software Patents, in re Bilski, in the New York County Lawyer's Newsletter.

Natalie graduated from the University of Manchester at Kiryat Ono, Israel with an LLB. 


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