Kathryn Dalli

631-727-2180 Ext. 228


Kathryn Dalli

Ms. Dalli’s practice focuses on complex commercial litigation, including business matters, commercial and residential foreclosures, intellectual property (trademark and copyright infringement, unfair competition and trade secrets), arts and entertainment and real estate. She has extensive experience in intellectual property law – copyrights and trademarks, entertainment law, real estate, business transactions and employment issues. Ms. Dalli takes pride in counseling her clients in litigation avoidance.

Ms. Dalli has earned the highest national rating for legal ability and general ethical standards by achieving the prestigious “AV” peer rating from Martindale-Hubbell, which rating recognizes attorneys for the highest level of skill, integrity and professional excellence.

Ms. Dalli joined the firm in 2004 and became a partner in 2007.

Ms. Dalli is a member of the New York State Bar since 1983 and is admitted to practice before the U.S. District Courts, Southern and Eastern Districts, and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. She is also a member of the New York State Bar Association and the Suffolk County Bar Association, where she has co-chaired the Intellectual Property Law Committee.

Ms. Dalli received her Juris Doctorate degree from Southwestern University School of Law in Los Angeles, California in 1982. She received a Bachelor of Arts degree, cum laude, in psychology and a minor in music from the State University College at Fredonia. Ms. Dalli also attended the University of Pisa in Italy, where she studied art, literature, opera and Italian. Ms. Dalli worked at United Talent Agency in Beverly Hills, CA from 1996 to 2000.


Southwestern University School of Law,
J.D., 1982

State University of New York
at Fredonia, B.A., 1979,
University of Pisa, Italy

Professional and Civic Associations


Martindale-Hubbell Preeminent

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