Keachea Dixon is an attorney licensed in New York and Jamaica. Ms. Dixon’s practice focuses on Entertainment, Intellectual Property, Sport and Technology.
Ms. Dixon participates in seminars and presentations around the world on topics relating to social media, technology, and intellectual property. Ms. Dixon has presented at the Third International Conference of Fashion Incubators in Perth Australia on ‘How to Manage the Use of Your Intellectual Property on the Internet to Shape Your Future in the Global Fashion & Design Industries’. She has spoken to businesswomen around the world on the legal aspect of using twitter and other social media platforms in business. Most recently she spoke to businesswomen in San Juan, Puerto Rico on Social Media in the Workplace: An Asset or Liability?
Ms. Dixon is admitted to the Federal Courts of the Eastern and Southern Districts of New York, has a Master of Law Degree in Intellectual Property (IP), Technology & Commerce from University of New Hampshire School of Law (formerly known as Franklin Pierce Law Centre), is a certified mediator in the area of IP, Technology & Commerce, is a NGO representative at the United Nations Department of Public Information and is knowledgeable in International Development. She was a partner at Gordon Dixon & Company, and was in-house counsel for Dilieu Technology LLC, an IT solutions company.
Among her many accomplishments, Ms. Dixon has counseled startup companies in the fashion, film, music and publishing industries.