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BASED IN NEW YORK CITY, Romano Law is a cutting edge firm, with a passion for making a difference in our clients’ lives.
Our legal team takes pride in developing meaningful relationships with our clients. Our mission is to deliver cost-effective and efficient solutions to help you or your company thrive.
We’re more than just attorneys – we’re trusted advisors. We love what we do.
From startups to larger corporations, we provide a range of legal services to help your business grow.
We’re here to provide guidance to production companies, producers, talent and other industry professionals as you build your career.
Our experienced team of attorneys can help you navigate a disagreement, business divorce or recover a debt. We can assist with the litigation or defense of commercial matters in state, federal bankruptcy, federal district and federal appellate courts.
We guide you through legal challenges related to your rights under state and federal laws. We can assist you with virtually all employment law matters, including wrongful termination, wage and hour violations, hostile work environment, discrimination, retaliation and harassment.
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Jimi Hendrix’s “All Along the Watchtower,” Aretha Franklin’s “Respect” and The Beatles’ “Twist and Shout” are among the most famous covers to have ever hit the airwaves. Performing another musician’s work is a unique way to pay tribute to an artist while putting your own spin on a song you love. If there is a
New Jersey law regarding recording conversations is complex. While you may be able to legally record a conversation in New Jersey for civil purposes, the rules for law enforcement are much stricter. When parties are in different states, it gets even more confusing because you must consider other state and federal laws. These can vary
Sometimes when parties have a dispute, one of them may seek to record the other person to obtain evidence relevant to the disagreement. However, federal and state laws vary as to the legality of recording a person without their consent. For instance, states like Florida are much more restrictive than New York and New Jersey.
Sarah Palin continues her fight against the New York Times, alleging defamation. The case, originally filed in 2017, has been dismissed twice, but her legal team is appealing the latest dismissal. Her chances of winning are slim under current case law because defamation is difficult to establish when the media writes about public figures. The
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