CARLE PLACE, N.Y., April 7 /PRNewswire/ — MTV Jersey Shore sensation Jenni “JWoWW” Farley has retained the powerhouse law firm of Leeds Brown Law, PC (LMB) to represent her in business endeavors, the firm announced today.
Len Leeds, the firm’s managing partner, was the first attorney to represent Anna Nicole Smith, the voluptuous Playboy centerfold, in her legal matters with the magazine, including her contract with the men’s magazine. LMB also represented Smith in her day-to-day business across the United States.
In addition to her involvement in “Jersey Shore,” JWoWW is the owner of Jenni Farley Design, and JWoWW Promotions, a promotion and fashions business. She is a resident of Long Island, N.Y.
LMB will be Farley’s exclusive legal agent, preparing and negotiating contracts on her behalf involving her clothing line, appearances, and more. The law firm also will handle corporate matters for the MTV star, establishing corporations and registering trademarks.
Leeds represented Smith in her battle for the billion-dollar estate of her late, first husband, Texas oil tycoon J. Howard Marshal II. Leeds also represented 60’s crooner Jay Black in the singer’s purchase of his professional name in a bankruptcy court proceeding.
ABOUT LEEDS BROWN LAW, PC
Based in Carle Place, N.Y., Leeds Brown Law, PC is a New York City area law firm dedicated to providing the highest quality guidance and representation to clients with concerns involving a broad range of legal practice areas. Over the last two decades, the firm’s attorneys have become widely known and respected — in New York and across the U.S. — for their ability to litigate complex legal issues effectively, and for the outstanding results the firm has achieved, particularly in the areas of employment law, civil rights, discrimination and sexual harassment. For more information call 1-800-585-4658.
Watch the video on FoxNews.com of Lenard Leeds of Leeds Brown Law discussing the details of Michael Jackson’s estate.
After his death, Michael Jackson’s parents, Joe and Katherine Jackson, asked a judge to delay the carrying out of his Michael’s estate. Lenard Leeds joins a Fox News panel to discuss the details of Jackson’s will and estate trial.
GOLF CONSULTANT FIRM ILLEGALLY BLACKBALLED BY REPRESENTATIVES OF POSH CLUBS
A Long Island golf consultant is teed off because the managers of numerous swanky country clubs in New York’s wealthiest suburbs are boycotting his firm and preventing their members from calling for help at a time when they’re reeling from the economy and effects of the Madoff scandal.
The nationally recognized consultant, David A. Shaw, of Greenvale, Long Island, filed an anti-trust lawsuit Thursday in New York State Supreme Court in Mineola, Long Island, in which he claims that trade groups representing the managers of these posh clubs illegally blackballed his company. The suit, which also names the managers of some of the region’s most elite clubs, seeks unspecified damages for lost revenues and damages that could reach millions of dollars.
BARTENDER FILES AGE DISCRIMINATION LAWSUIT AGAINST NEW YORK YANKEES
John Vendikos filed an age discrimination lawsuit against the New York Yankees for discharging him after 27 seasons with the organization. Mr. Vendikos, a 73-year-old bartender at Yankees Stadium, was dismissed because of his age.
After 27 years as a bartender at the old New York Yankees stadium, he was forced to re-apply for his position at the new stadium. During his interview with the New York Yankees organization, he was asked “Why should I hire you? You’re an old man.”
After serving such Yankee legends as Joe DiMaggio, he thought the statement was a poor attempt at humor by the interviewer for the New York Yankees; however, he later found out that it was no joke.