Ms. Neuberg litigates copyright infringement, trademark infringement, right of publicity, contractual, and defamation/false light claims, and counsels clients in connection with such claims. She reviews media projects to advise whether they contain material that violates the rights of third parties, and chain-of-title for such projects to ensure necessary rights have been obtained. Ms. Neuberg prosecutes domestic trademark applications and has represented clients in proceedings before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board.
Prior to law school, Ms. Neuberg worked as a journalist in radio and print media and as a business immigration paralegal. She was a law clerk in the Legal Department of the Los Angeles Times (Tribune Co.) and before joining Leopold, Petrich & Smith was a litigation associate at Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton LLP. Ms. Neuberg is interested in legal issues pertaining to works of art and cultural heritage.
- “The War of Art,” Los Angeles Daily Journal, February 6, 2009
- State Bar of California
- Los Angeles County Bar Association
- American Bar Association - Art & Cultural Heritage Law Committee
[Co-Author] David R. Garcia & Eva S. Neuberg: Leegin Plus Independent Ink: Implications for Entertainment Industry Business Models, The Eighteenth Annual Golden State Antitrust & Unfair Competition Law Institute, October 24, 2008
Awards and Honors:
Public Counsel Immigrants' Rights Project 2012 Pro Bono Attorney of the Year