Jason Allan Singer is a third-year evening division student at New York Law School. Prior to attending law school, Jason graduated magna cum laude from the University at Albany with a Bachelor of Science degree from the Financial Analyst Program. Through his past collegiate experiences coupled with his current legal education and extensive work experience in the music and entertainment industries, Jason has co-founded an independent asset management company that specializes in commercial talent management, brand integration, international outreach, and music licensing, production and recording. Additionally, in the Fall 2015, Jason plans on releasing a comprehensive social media platform.
At New York Law School, Jason is an active member of both the Institute for Information Law and Policy and the Justice Action Center. Jason joined these centers to continue his legal interests in intellectual property law and how it interacts with technology and social media in today’s society. As a research assistant, Jason has performed legal research on entertainment, criminal, corporate, and employment law matters, with a focus on social media reform, regulatory infractions, cybercrime, and copyright and trademark issues. Jason is also actively involved in the Student Bar Association, currently serving as Vice President for the Evening Division.
When Jason’s not entrenched in a project or potential opportunity, he enjoys spending time with friends, catching up on TV shows, traveling, and attending live music concert events.
Favorite ABA IPL Committee: Law Student Action Group
"Most Looking Forward to" CLE Program: Where Are We and Where Are We Headed? US Copyright in Review
Favorite IP cases:
- Carious v. Prince, 134 S.Ct. 618 (2013)
- MGM Studios, Inc. v. Grokster, Ltd., 545 U.S. 913 (2005)
- Parks v. LaFace Recoreds, 329 F.3d 437 (2003)
- Feist. v. Rural, 499 U.S. 340 (1991)