Venice, CA – Doniger / Burroughs has successfully transitioned veteran jewelry designer Tom Binns out of a disputed partnership. Mr. Binns has a sparkling reputation for jewelry design, having been featured in dozens of international publications and shows over the past 30 years, including Italian Vogue, the New Yorker, French Vogue, the London Observer, Women’s Wear Daily, Japanese Vogue, Italian Elle, the Financial Times, Image Magazine, Donna Italia, The New York Times, and Stern.

When a company he started in 2007 went south and the minority owner of the company claimed trademark rights in “Tom Binns,” Stephen Doniger and Frank Gregory Casella of Doniger / Burroughs designed an elegant solution for Mr. Binns to retain all rights in his name and work. Unchained from that company, Mr. Binns can now return to creating great art.

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