Torin A. Dorros represents clients in sophisticated business transactions, as well as complex appellate and commercial litigation, worldwide with a significant focus on the Entertainment & Media; Internet, Software, and Technology; and Healthcare industries.
Mr. Dorros has an intimate understanding of the complex and continually evolving mobile, digital, social media, technology, telemedicine and e-health landscapes. As such, much of his transactional practice is focused on brand development and protection — including branded entertainment, licensing, and sponsorship deals—and digital and technological “connectivity” modalities—including mobile devices/technologies, social media and networking, Internet, wireless and telecommunications. Having been the General Counsel for the Jackson Hole Film Institute, he regularly assists both media and non-media corporate clients as “outside general counsel” overseeing all of the clients’ transactional and litigation legal needs. Mr. Dorros routinely provides general/day-to-day corporate legal advisory services, from corporate formation to mergers and acquisitions, as well as licensing of products, services, and intellectual property for a broad based corporate clientele. Licensed and practicing in multiple jurisdictions, including California, New York, the District of Columbia, and Wyoming,
Mr. Dorros has represented clients in both State and Federal appellate and trial courts including the United States Supreme Court, as well as provided strategic appellate trial counseling and substantive motion practice advice for cases, worldwide. He has represented countries, multibillion-dollar multinational corporations, and national trade associations in sophisticated and ground breaking appellate and trial level matters.
He has successfully represented clients in complex issues involving the Foreign Sovereign Immunity Act, medical peer review confidentiality, the Emergency Medical Treatment and Labor Act, tort liability for blood banks’ transfusion procedures, Medicaid/Medicare rate reimbursement disputes, the Lanham Act/trademark infringement/false advertising/trademark dilution, the Copyright Act/copyright infringement, domain names, online advertising, entertainment “credit” disputes, invasion of privacy and publicity rights, the Federal Arbitration Act, the National Bank Act, the Fair Credit Reporting Act, the Truth in Lending Act, state and federal lending laws, securities violations, multimillion dollar premises liability, large scale construction defect, wage and labor law, and sophisticated commercial disputes.
- Bankruptcy Litigation
- National Conflict Resolution Center, Certificates in Introductory and Advanced Mediation and Dispute Resolution
- Fordham University School of Law, LLM (Banking, Corporate, and Finance Law)
- University of Houston Law Center, J.D. (Health Law)
- London School of Economics, General Course (Philosophy)
- American Bar Association
- Association of the Bar of the City of New York
- Los Angeles County Bar Association
- New York State Bar Association
- New York County Lawyers Association