Whitney Devin Cooke focuses on trademark litigation. Ms. Cooke has experience in cases before federal trial courts and the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. She also counsels clients on selection, maintenance, licensing, and enforcement of their trademarks in the United States.
Clare Cornell is a European trade mark and patent attorney. Her practice comprises trade mark prosecution; maintenance; enforcement and opposition; clearance searching; portfolio management; IP due diligence; and IP licensing and assignment.
Margaret Esquenet focuses on all aspects of copyright law. Her practice includes advising clients regarding registration, licensing, enforcement, rights-clearance, and litigation.
Brett Heavner’s practice includes all aspects of trademark and unfair competition law, with a particular emphasis on trademark infringement, counterfeiting, and false advertising litigation. His clients include pharmaceutical companies, medical device manufacturers, banking and financial services institutions, major trade associations, food product companies, and petroleum exploration and refining companies.
Laura Johnson focuses on trademark portfolio management, prosecution, and client counseling. She counsels clients on the selection, maintenance, licensing, and enforcement of their trademarks throughout the United States and abroad. She represents clients in a diverse range of industries including automotive, machinery, mobile telephone network technology, medical products, music, electronics, and sports apparel.
Morgan Smith focuses her practice on trademark litigation and prosecution. Ms. Smith has experience in trademark infringement cases before federal trial courts, as well as cancellation and opposition proceedings before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB) of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). She also counsels clients on selection, maintenance, and enforcement of trademark rights in the United States.
Jonathan Uffelman focuses his practice on trademark, domain name, and Internet law. In particular, he works on a broad range of Internet and cyber law issues, including on-line brand enforcement and the Uniform Domain-Name Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP) proceedings.
Danielle Wright Bulger focuses on trademark prosecution and litigation, false advertising, and copyright law. She assists with counseling clients on the selection, registration, maintenance, portfolio management, and enforcement of trademarks throughout the United States and abroad.
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