Rimon’s Joe Rosenbaum for Thomson Reuters, Practical Law: “Complying with New York Sweepstakes Law”

Insights Rimon’s Joe Rosenbaum for Thomson Reuters, Practical Law: “Complying with New York Sweepstakes Law” Joseph I. (“Joe”) Rosenbaum · December 7, 2018

Joe Rosenbaum provides insights as contributing editor to a Practice Note from Practical Law. The piece discusses the key legal issues to consider when planning and advertising a sweepstakes or game of chance in New York. It covers the difference between contests and sweepstakes as well as free alternative method of entry (AMOE), official rules, registration, bonding, and reporting.
Although focused on New York law, the Practice Note touches on Federal law and regulations that apply throughout the United States. Click here to view the full article.

Joe Rosenbaum is a New York‐based partner at Rimon, P.C., an innovative and highly selective entrepreneurial firm that combines dynamic client service, teamwork, the agility of a high‐end boutique law firm and the deep multidisciplinary experience of a large global firm. Joe is also the Chair of Rimon’s Global Alliance. Joe’s clients consistently receive exceptional representation across national and international boundaries from an all‐star team of attorneys and legal professionals.  Prior to private practice, Joe served for 17 years as an in‐house lawyer for American Express, including 4 years in Toronto as Vice President & General Counsel of Amex Canada.  Joe is an internationally recognized, highly valued multi‐disciplinary corporate‐commercial lawyer, known for his strategic, legal, regulatory and policy guidance, as well as his legal skills and judgment.  As a trusted advisor to senior executives, Joe has also negotiated executive and board level agreements and is routinely sought out by senior management and board members for advice and counsel regarding strategic plans, revenue growth, product and business development, nationally and globally.  Read more about Mr. Rosenbaum.