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Nicole Haff

Nicole Haff

Counsel, Michelman & Robinson, LLP

Nicole Haff is counsel at Michelman & Robinson, LLP, a national law firm headquartered in Los Angeles. Operating out of the firm’s New York office, Nicole litigates and resolves disputes for clients in the music, television, publishing, technology, and new media industries. Known for her particular expertise in copyright and trademark law, Nicole also handles general contract, entertainment, and defamation matters.

Over the years, Nicole has been designated as both a “Rising Star” and “Super Lawyer” by Super Lawyer Magazine—this in recognition of her work as a business and intellectual property litigator. Martindale-Hubbell has designated her as “AV Preeminent,” the highest-level peer rating an attorney can receive.

Given her expertise, Nicole has been quoted or interviewed by CNN, Forbes, Fox News Radio, Bloomberg, Time Magazine, The Hollywood Reporter, the Daily Mail, and the New York Law Journal, among other media outlets.

Managing in the Face of Crisis

10/18/24, 1:00 PM

Ethical and Practical Considerations for Attorneys and Business Leaders: This panel examines the ethical, legal, and business considerations faced by lawyers and business leaders in a crisis management environment. Topics covered include engaging and working with crisis management professionals and private investigators, and the ethical rules that apply; trial publicity and Model Rule of Professional Conduct 3.6; risk management versus risk elimination; and balancing competing considerations when responding to a public relations crisis.

CLE 2023: Thinking Out Loud: A Panel Discussion of Recent Music Litigations

10/13/23, 7:00 PM

The last year brought a number of high-profile litigations and decisions involving superstars like Ed Sheeran, Post Malone, Dua Lipa, Childish Gambino and Eminem, to name a few. In this panel, we will discuss recent developments, including in the fields of copyright infringement, rights of publicity, licensing, and contracts, and ramifications for the music industry going forward.

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