Dylan Franklin | Romano Law

Dylan Franklin

Associate Attorney

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Admitted

New York State Bar (2019)

Law School

New York Law School (J.D. 2018)

University

University of Miami, B.B.A. (Marketing, 2014)

Dylan Franklin is a graduate of New York Law School, where he was a Staff Editor of the New York Law School Law Review and a member of the Center for Business and Financial Law. He was on the Dean’s Leadership Council and was an Academic Success Program Teaching Fellow.

Prior to joining Romano Law, he interned for a multinational entertainment and technology corporation where his work was focused on Corporate & Transactional Law. This included experience with software licensing agreements as well as mergers and acquisitions transactions. Prior to his corporate internship, Dylan completed a judicial internship under the Honorable James E. d’Auguste at the New York City Supreme Court, Civil Branch.

Dylan was born and raised in Demarest, New Jersey and is an avid New York sports fan (Mets, Knicks and Jets) and an ardent supporter of West Ham United in the English Premier League. In his spare time, Dylan enjoys playing basketball and golf, watching documentaries and binging sci-fi television shows. He is a loyal University of Miami Hurricanes fan.

Blog Entries

  • California’s New Legislation is a Game-Changer for Student Athletes

    It is no secret that the NCAA is a very profitable business, and student athletes are clamoring for their fairshare. To that end, the Fair Pay to Play Act was introduced earlier this year and picked up steam after California Governor Gavin Newsom signed the bill into law.  The Act would allow Californian student athletes to receive compensation for


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  • What is the Statute of Limitations in Employment Law Claims?

    The right to bring a claim arising from an employer’s violation of a labor and employment law is subject to time limits, known as statutes of limitations. The applicable statute of limitations varies depending on the type of claim and where the claim is brought. A complaint can be filed with a federal, state, or


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