Portrait of Partner Scott D. Locke, Esq.

Scott D. Locke, AIPLA Quarterly Journal “A Proposal to Declutter the Trademark Register”

We are pleased to report that Scott Locke's article entitled: "A Proposal to Declutter the Trademark Register" has been published in the AIPLA Quarterly Journal. Access the full article by following the "Read More" link...

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Litigation Department Continues to Grow

Dorf & Nelson’s powerhouse Litigation Department continues to grow with the addition of four new attorneys this summer. We couldn’t be more proud of our team!

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Dorf & Nelson leadership embraces the future

At a certain point in your life, you’ve no doubt experienced a few difficult situations and, if you’re reading this, you survived all of them. Your experiences may have changed you for better or for...

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IN THE SPOTLIGHT: FIRST US LAW FIRM TO RECEIVE GENDER FAIR DESIGNATION

Dorf & Nelson LLP has been “Gender Fair Certified”. Gender Fair is the world’s first consumer rating system for gender equality.

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Common Questions During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Clients Have Been Asking Are my outside salespersons exempt from overtime if they can only sell over the phone from their homes?

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Hello 2020!

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The Pentagon Papers with Michael Hess & Michael Mukasey

We had a fantastic event last night at The Yale Club in conjunction with Thompson Reuters and Albany Law School.  It was a privilege to listen to  Michael Hess, “The Man who Argued the Case”...

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Jonathan Nelson to Moderate Pentagon Papers Panel Discussion at The Yale Club

We are excited for our upcoming event at The Yale Club where  Jonathan B. Nelson, Chair of the Litigation Department, will be moderating a panel discussion with two of the most respected attorneys in the...

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Medical Malpractice Defense Group Victory!

Congratulations to John Lyddane, Steve Lavietes, Melissa Andrieux and Diane Kennedy for another successful trial. A unanimous verdict on all claims was rendered in favor of our clients last week in Supreme Court, Nassau County. ...

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