NJSBA Entertainment Arts and Sports Law Section Names New Chair
May 20, 2019
The New Jersey State Bar Association’s Section of Entertainment Arts and Sports Law Has Appointed Intellectual Property Attorney and Scarinci Hollenbeck Partner, Ronald S. Bienstock, Chair of Section
Lyndhurst, NJ, May 20, 2019 – Intellectual Property and Entertainment Law attorney Ronald S. Bienstock has been appointed as Chair of the New Jersey State Bar Association’s (NJSBA) Section of Entertainment Arts and Sports Law. Mr. Bienstock has served as one of the Section’s Board of Directors for 3 years. He officially began his term as Chair on May 16, 2019.
“It is an incredible honor to have been entrusted with this role and to have the opportunity to work alongside our esteemed colleagues in this Section. I pledge to continue our mission to mentor and educate those who aspire to practice in this area, as well as the creative community in general,” stated Mr. Bienstock.
As Chair, Mr. Bienstock will work to implement the mission of the Section, which is to advance the practice of entertainment, arts and sports law in New Jersey, by providing information and substantive programming. He will be directly involved in the organization of the various workshops and presentations held by the NJSBA throughout the year and will play an active role as a presenter and moderator.
About Ronald S. Bienstock
Ronald S. Bienstock is a corporate, entertainment, and intellectual property practitioner who represents both businesses and individuals. He handles all aspects of complex intellectual property and entertainment transactions including drafting, structuring, and negotiating contracts and licenses for a variety of high-profile clients, many of whom are noted songwriters, recording artists, producers and well-known musical instrument companies. Mr. Bienstock has a lifetime of accomplishments in the entertainment industry. Among his many landmark legal wins was a victory against Fender Musical Instruments Corporation. Representing 17 guitar manufacturers in the trademark opposition proceeding against Fender, Mr. Bienstock successfully argued that Fender should not be allowed trademark registrations to three guitar and bass body shapes.
You can learn more about Ronald S. Bienstock here.