Isabella Katzenberg is a third-year law student at Brooklyn Law School. She is the Business Affairs Coordinator for the Moot Court Honor Society and a Co-President of the Brooklyn Entertainment and Sports Law Society. In addition to being on the executive board of the Moot Court Honor Society, she has both competed in and is a coach for Moot Court Trial Advocacy competitions. Isabella’s primary areas of study include intellectual property and entertainment law.
Before joining Romano Law, Isabella interned at a fashion and entertainment licensing company in their in-house counsel department in New York, where she drafted licensing agreements and influencer agreements. Prior to law school, Isabella lived in Tel Aviv, Israel where she interned at an Israeli innovation center to assist with business development and volunteered at an elementary school in the English department.
Isabella is an air fryer enthusiast, tennis player, beach goer and travel lover.
Knockoffs, Infringing Products and Counterfeits
Walking down the streets of New York City (pre-pandemic) you were bound to encounter vendors selling fake designer bags or products. Since the pandemic, the online marketplace for these goods has surged. It is now easy to find third-party vendors selling fake, defective or counterfeit goods. Now, more than ever, it is important for designers