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"We keep moving forward, opening new doors, and doing new things, because we're curious and curiosity keeps leading us down new paths."


     -- Walt Disney

Today’s business environment demands that businesses protect their brands closely.  The Firm offers clients advice and guidance on the steps necessary to the formulation of an idea to the protection against infringement. The Firm is experienced in both intellectual property litigation and registration and provides comprehensive services for clients in trademark, copyright, trade secret, unfair competition, and related technology matters.  The Firm's experience includes legal counseling, assisting clients with the strategic use of IP assets to advance business objectives, registration and prosecution of marks, licensing, technology transfers,  protection of trade secrets, and IP litigation.  The Firm provides clients with the following intellectual property services: trademarks and brand names, trademark registration and licensing, trademark infringement litigation, entertainment and copyright law, trade dress and unfair competition, trademark monitoring, licensing agreements, right of publicity matters, cease and desist letters, entertainment contracts, and succession of IP estate assets to heirs in probate proceedings.
The following are examples of services previously provided (results may vary), but this is not an exhaustive list of prior representation:
  • Represented and obtained injunctive relief for a Fortune 500 company in a dispute with a serial typosquatter when the typosquatter filed suit in federal court under the Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act after losing at the UDRP proceeding.

  • Represented professional fishing event organizer and drafted waivers for events such as participant agreements and waiver of likeness.

  • Drafted cease and desist letters for athletes seeking to protect their intellectual property holdings and rights of publicity.

  • Defended and represented an apparel manufacturer in a matter brought against the company by a professional athlete arguing that his right of publicity had been violated including such representation in ICANN proceedings.

  • Represented a high school football recruiting service with a regional television show and drafted waivers of likeness and filed and protected its intellectual property holdings through cease and desist communications.

  • Represented an international jewelry manufacturer in a copyright infringement action against a national retailer that resulted in a multi-million dollar settlement.

  • Represented comedians in copyright proceedings brought under the Copyright Act and the Digital Millennium Copyright Act relating to comedy material that was inappropriately used and sold by a third-party for profit.

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