Jeremy has represented clients in various industries including managed care, life insurance, and labor disputes. He has researched and drafted legal memoranda, briefs and motions in state and federal court; conducted and managed all aspects of discovery, including taking and defending depositions; coordinated the collection of evidence; reviewed documents; and appeared at discovery conferences.
“I design and crochet amigurumi dolls of famous figures and characters, and my efforts as an amateur Manhattan food critic and attempted namer of streets have been written up in the media.”
Community & Professional Activities
New York State Bar Association
Judicial Delegate for the 76th New York Assembly District
Manhattan Young Democrats
Four Freedoms Democratic Club
Reed Smith (Associate)
Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLP (Copyright Dispute Extern)
The Dramatists Guild (Business Affairs Intern)
Representative matters include:
Industria de Alimentos Zenú v. Latinfood, Civ. No. 2:16-6576 (D.N.J.). Represented Colombian meat product producer in trademark infringement and false advertising suit against US company selling knock-off meat products. Defendant’s motion to dismiss denied.
Sonoma Creamery v. Clover-Stornetta Farms, Opp. No. 91247510 (T.T.A.B.). Represented applicant dairy farm in TTAB opposition brought by opposer claiming the exclusive right to the term “Sonoma” for dairy products. Also representing client in cancellation proceedings against the same party.
Chicka et al. v. Frederic Fekkai & Co., No. 2019/0652314 (Sup. Ct. N.Y. Cnty.). Represented plaintiff hairstylists in a declaratory judgment action that successfully invalidated the restrictive covenants in their employment agreements with celebrity hair salon owner Frederic Fekkai.
Columbia Law School (JD 2017; Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar; Executive Submissions Editor, Journal of Law and the Arts)
University of Pennsylvania (BA 2014; magna cum laude)
- New York
- United States District Court for the Southern and Eastern Districts