Four Brown Raysman Partners Named Among Best In New York Area

Thursday, September 1, 2005 - 01:00

Brown Raysman Millstein Felder & Steiner LLP has announced that Peter Brown, Julian Millstein, Jeffrey Neuburger and Richard Raysman were listed among the Best Lawyers in the New York Area for Information Technology Law by New York Magazine . With four of the firm's lawyers cited, Brown Raysman had more attorneys listed than any other firm in this category.

This special section in New York Magazineis excerpted from the upcoming 2006 edition of The Best Lawyers in America . Published since 1983, Best Lawyers lists attorneys in 52 specialties who have been chosen through an exhaustive survey in which thousands of the nation's top lawyers confidentially evaluate their professional peers.

Mr. Brown maintains an active practice in both technology litigation and technology transactions. Having broad trial and appellate experience, he has litigated technology, intellectual property and related commercial matters in federal and state courts and arbitrations.

Mr. Millstein is co-chair of the firm's Outsourcing Practice. He concentrates his practice on negotiating and litigating complex outsourcing and computer-related, e-commerce, and intellectual property matters. Mr. Millstein is co-author of the book Doing Business on the Internet: Forms and Analysis .

Mr. Neuburger is chair of the firm's Technology, Media and Communications Department. He is a nationally recognized attorney in technology and intellectual property law. He has extensive experience advising clients with respect to complex technology and intellectual property acquisitions, technology transfer and licensing arrangements, and joint ventures.

Mr. Raysman is co-chair of the firm's Outsourcing Practice and concentrates his practice on computer law, outsourcing and intellectual property issues. He has significant experience in structuring technology transactions, and his information technology background and understanding of the law have made him uniquely qualified to represent clients for technology issues. He has litigated reported cases for the New York State and Federal Courts.