Alexandra Arneri practices entertainment, employment and intellectual property law. She represents artists in film and television as well as fine art and fashion and is outside general counsel to several media companies, for which she handles all aspects of corporate governance, employment, trademark and copyright and film and/or television production. She has also served as production counsel for several independent full film features.
Ms. Arneri’s litigation work has included working on fraud, false advertising and fine art appellate cases in New York and California as well as leading a multi-plaintiff employment and copyright matter in the Southern District of New York.
Ms. Arneri has a strong belief in equal rights and free speech and has a robust pro bono practice in service to and advancement of labor, LGBT, environmental, free speech and women’s rights.
Ms. Arneri’s practice includes the following:
Ms. Arneri has a multi-disciplinary background and before practicing law, worked at several U.N. departments, including the Australasian Information Office in Sydney, the Security Council Division at UNDPA and the Sustainable Development Division at UNDESA and presented and produced radio, with a show on socio-political issues on Sydney’s 2SER.
Ms. Arneri is a graduate of Sydney University and New York University School of Law. She is fluent in Serbo-Croatian and Italian, proficient in French and is conversational in Spanish, Greek and Russian.
Ms. Arneri produces and hosts a monthly podcast on international human rights and environmental issues, Gravity, available at thegravity.fm and is a co-founding director of MAY Kids Transform, which brings her passion for meditation, art and yoga to students in New York.
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