Partner, Sabety +associates, PLLC; New York
Ted Sabety is a partner at Sabety +associates, PLLC, a technology and electronic media law firm based in New York City that provides an international clientele advice in matters related to computer technology, especially patent, copyright and trademark law. Mr. Sabety worked on the landmark Napster, MP3.com and Grokster cases, where copyright over creative works first collided with the Internet. Mr. Sabety has advised the National Music Publishers Association (Harry Fox Agency), EMI Recorded Music and Warner Music Group.
In addition to a law degree from Columbia Law School, where he graduated with academic honors, Mr. Sabety holds an M.S. in Computer Science from Columbia and a B.S. in Physics from Yale. Mr. Sabety’s legal career started at Paul, Weiss, Rifkin, Wharton and Garrison, where he was as an associate in the Internet, Media and Technology Group. His career prior to becoming a lawyer included chip engineering at Hewlett-Packard and production work at recording studios in New York. Mr. Sabety’s discography includes the album “Back from Hell” by Run-DMC, “Higher Ground” covered by the Red Hot Chili Peppers and the album “Juvenile Hell” by Mobb Deep.