Devereux Chatillon is an experienced media and intellectual property attorney who specializes in the area of copyright and intellectual property rights counseling; licensing of digital and other content, strategic positioning and risk management; and prepublication advice. She works with large and small companies, including established firms and start-ups, to advise them on the use of every kind of content, from digital to audio-visual to traditional print. She also creates new templates for applications and content use across all platforms and provides general advice to clients in identifying and helping minimize legal risk.
Dev has spent many years at the highest levels of the corporate world, working at; Scholastic, Inc. (as Senior Vice President, Corporate Secretary & General Counsel); Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal LLP (now Dentons) (as Partner); Callaway Digital Arts, Inc., an Apple app developer (as VP Business Development); The New Yorker (as Vice President & General Counsel); and ABC (as Senior General Attorney).
Educated at New York University (JD, Law), where she served on the NYU Law Review, and Harvard University (AB, American History), Dev lives and practices in New York City. She is a Adjunct Instructor in the Masters Program in Publishing at the NYU School of Professional Studies. Dev is member of the Board of Trustees of the Practicing Law Institute, where she serves as Co-Chair of the Pro Bono Committee and is a member of the Copyright & Literary Property Committee of the New York City Bar Association.
Specialties: Licensing, Intellectual Property, Copyright Law, Data Privacy, Digital Media, General Counsel