Awards & Recognition

Randi Singer and Amy Rubin Win Americas Women in Business Law Awards

— Euromoney Legal Media Group
Two Weil partners were among the winners at the third-annual Euromoney Legal Media Group’s Americas Women in Business Law Awards. Randi Singer received the award for “Best in Media & Entertainment” and Amy Rubin received the award for “Rising Star: Tax.” The awards were presented at a ceremony last night at the Essex House in New York.

Randi Singer is a New York partner in the Litigation Department. Her practice focuses on copyright, Lanham Act false advertising and trademark litigation, and privacy, as well as social media, music licensing, First Amendment, right of publicity and other intellectual property issues. In addition to complex commercial litigation matters and bankruptcy proceedings, Ms. Singer has successfully represented and counseled clients on a wide variety of copyright and trademark issues. Her advertising, trademark and state unfair trade practices cases have spanned a broad spectrum of consumer products and services, from over-the-counter drugs, razors, toothpaste, paint, food and cosmetics, to financial services, luxury goods and consumer electronics.

Amy Rubin is a New York partner in the Tax, Benefits, and Executive Compensation Department. Her practice focuses on executive compensation, employee benefits, and ERISA matters. Ms. Rubin regularly counsels publicly traded and privately held companies, as well as their boards of directors and compensation committees, on matters involving employee benefits and executive compensation. She is instrumental in the firm’s corporate practice, providing employee benefits and executive compensation advice for private equity transactions, strategic mergers and acquisitions, recapitalizations, reorganizations, financing transactions, and ongoing company operations.

Euromoney Legal Media Group’s Americas Women in Business Law Awards aims “to celebrate the achievements of those firms setting the standard in terms of female-friendly work practices, and women leading the field in the legal sector across the Americas.”

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