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Doron S. Goldstein

Partner, Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP, New York

Doron S. Goldstein’s practice primarily deals with intellectual property, information technology and advertising, marketing and branded entertainment transactions and counseling, including privacy and information security, trademark, copyright, soft-ware and technology matters, and he is co-head of Katten’s Advertising, Marketing and Promotions practice and of the firm’s Privacy and Data Security group.

Mr. Goldstein regularly advises on various aspects of integrated marketing campaigns, including talent and production agreements, advertising agency relationships, user-generated content, Internet distribution, brand and product integration, sponsorships and promotions. In addition, he provides counsel on trademarks and branding, including with respect to certification marks and geographical indications.

Clients from a variety of fields, including consumer electronics, chemical manufacturing, information technology and biotechnology, seek Mr. Goldstein’s representation in licensing and establishing joint ventures and strategic alliances to exploit intellectual property and technology. He also represents clients in complex royalty sales and intellectual property and whole business securitizations, and advises on intellectual property concerns in bankruptcy.

Mr. Goldstein worked with the Information Highway Advisory Council of the Government of Canada (Industry Canada) regarding crown copyright and the publication of federal statutes on the Internet. He has been a member of the Electronic Commerce Working Group of the Uniform Law Conference of Canada, and was involved in drafting the Uniform Electronic Commerce Act.

Mr. Goldstein was a founder and a managing partner of Drummer Associates, a computer consulting and Internet marketing firm that counted among its clients SmithKline Beecham and UNESCO. He has also been active with respect to free speech on the Internet and has appeared as a guest  on The NewsHour with Jim Lehrerand France’s Envoyé Spécial. He is an associate editor of Nano-technology Law & Business.