Director Ivy Clarice Estoesta was quoted in the article “Supreme Court Skeptical of 3-year Limit on Copyright Damages, Attorneys Say,” published by Westlaw Today. She provided commentary on the Supreme Court’s decision in Nealy v. Warner Chappell Music Inc. Westlaw Today writes:

“Attorney Ivy Estoesta of Sterne, Kessler, Goldstein & Fox PLLC, also not involved in the case, offered her observations.

‘Many hope that whatever the Supreme Court decides, its ruling will clarify the issue and resolve the circuit split,” she said. “Until then, copyright owners hoping to recover damages that occurred more than three years before the timely filing of a suit … will likely continue forum shopping, favoring bringing suit in the 9th or 11th Circuit over the 2nd Circuit.'”