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Lewis D. Sorokin

Associate Attorney

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Lewis Sorokin is an associate attorney with Wilftek, where he practices intellectual property and technology law. He focuses on the legal issues arising from the use and implementation of technology in businesses and other organizations.

Lewis is actively engaged in both the legal community and the broader professional community around emerging technology. He currently serves as the treasurer and copyright committee head of the Pennsylvania Bar Association’s Intellectual Property Law Section. He is also involved with the American Bar Association Section of Intellectual Property, the Copyright Society, Water & Music, NFT Philly, and several other professional organizations at the nexus of technology, the arts, and intellectual property.

Lewis’ writings on topics surrounding technology, the arts, and law have been published in the Drexel Law Review, The Legal Intelligencer, Hypebot, and Full Rate No Cap. His articles about artificial intelligence and rights of publicity have been taught in the curriculum for an Entertainment Law course at Quinnipiac University School of Law. Lewis has also been a panelist for NFT Philly on legal issues in the blockchain industry, a guest lecturer at Drexel University's Westphal College of Media Arts and Design on artificial intelligence in the music industry, and a CLE presenter with Wilftek attorney Josh Waterston about legal ethics and artificial intelligence.

Lewis earned his law degree from Drexel University’s Thomas R. Kline School of Law with a concentration in intellectual property, with honors. Lewis was an editor for the Drexel Law Review. During law school, Lewis worked as a judicial intern for Hon. Lois H. Goodman, USMJ of the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey. Lewis also volunteered during law school as a legal services coordinator for Philadelphia Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts, and as a faculty research fellow for Prof. Adam Benforado on his book A Minor Revolution: How Prioritizing Kids Benefits Us All.

Prior to joining Wilftek, Lewis was associated with a boutique entertainment and general practice law firm, where he represented musicians, filmmakers, playwrights, online content creators, and entrepreneurs for intellectual property matters and civil litigation.

Lewis is a member of the Pennsylvania and New Jersey Bars, as well as the Bars of several federal courts.

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