An emerging authority in sports and entertainment law, Dustin is a frequent contributor to the firm's Sports and Entertainment Law Insider blog, where he covers the latest and breaking news, as well as legal battles, developments, and trends impacting all aspects of sports and entertainment.
A cum laude graduate of Syracuse University College of Law, Dustin was an Associate Notes Editor of the Syracuse Law Review and a recipient of the CALI Excellence for the Future Award in Legal Communication & Research, Entertainment Law, and Copyright Law. He served as the Student Bar Association class president from 2014-2016 and as vice president from 2013-2014. Dustin also participated in the school’s Veterans’ Legal Clinic.
•Workers' Compensation Defense
• Varying Vernaculars: How to Fix the Lanham Act's Weakness Exposed by the Washington Redskins, Denver Entertainment and Sports Law Journal, Spring 2017
• What’s Mine Is Mine: Why Sound Recordings Should Never Be Considered Works Made for Hire, NYSBA Entertainment, Arts and Sports Law Journal, Spring 2017
• In the Downward-Dog House: Yoga Instructors Spur the Latest Debate On Worker Classification, Workers' Compensation, January 10, 2017
• Punting it Away: National Labor Relations Board Refuses to Assert Jurisdiction in Northwestern Case, Entertainment and Sports Industry Committee Newsletter, American Bar Association Young Lawyers Division, Winter 2016
Professional Affiliations •American Bar Association, Young Lawyers Division: Senior Content Editor, 2016-2017
•New York State Bar Association
•Claims and Litigation Management Alliance (CLM).
•American Bar Association, Young Lawyers Division: Senior Content Editor, 2016-2017
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