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Intellectual Property

Your brand. Your reputation. Your inventions and creative works. Our experienced Intellectual Property attorneys help protect and enhance these critical business assets and resolve disputes involving IP. As IP assets become increasingly technology-based and business becomes more web-based, we help emerging tech and media companies, established enterprises and creative individuals successfully and profitably navigate the marketplace.

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Intellectual Property Representative Matters

  • Represented international dietary supplement manufacturer in patent infringement case brought by alleged inventor of supplement formula.
  • Representing real estate investment company in defense of patent infringement accusations stemming from a real-estate tax patent.
  • Represented sales representative for foreign factories in trademark dispute with United States trademark owner for popular garment brand.
  • Represented distributor of gifts and accessories in copyright infringement case against national retailer.
  • Represented real estate management company in challenge to its trademark by national developer.
  • Represented health and wellness company in challenge to trademark registration application in United States Patent and Trademark Office. 
  • Represented national bridge loan lender in cancellation proceeding in United States Patent and Trademark Office.
  • Represented software developer in license agreement with a Fortune 100 company.
  • Represented cosmetic and fragrance company in the negotiation of several trademark license agreements with public figures and international brands for the launch and branding of new fragrance lines.
Do You Google? Court Holds Google Not Victim of Genericide

Intellectual Property Law June 7, 2017

Form vs. Function: A Guide to IP Rights in Furniture and Fixtures

New Jersey Law Journal: Intellectual Property & Life Sciences Supplement April 3, 2017

No More Laches Defense for Patent Infringement

Intellectual Property Law March 30, 2017

March 2017 Newsletter

Cole Schotz News March 2017

Smack Talk: Whole Foods' Quest to be "World's Healthiest"

Intellectual Property Law August 29, 2016

June 2016 Newsletter

Cole Schotz News June 2016

Did My UK IP Rights Just Brexit The European Union?

Intellectual Property Law June 24, 2016

The Defend Trade Secrets Act of 2016

Employment Law June 16, 2016

What's in a Name? Your Brand's Success!

Corporate Law Monitor February 19, 2016

Un-Happy Birthday, but Happy Batman

IP Law Outlook September, 25, 2015

The 'Orphan Works' Dilemma: Where Do We Go From Here?

New Jersey Law Journal September 8, 2015

"Everyone is Using It" as a Defense in Trademark Law

IP Law Outlook September 1, 2015

The $8.9 Million Name

IP Law Outlook August 26, 2015

Celebrities Turn to Trademark Law for Brand Protection

New Jersey Law Journal April 15, 2015

Why The Blurred Lines Lawsuit Really Matters

IP Law Outlook March 11, 2015

Social Media Promotion: Dos And Don'ts

IP Law Outlook September 9, 2014

Opening the Floodgates on Copyright Termination

New Jersey Law Journal January 21, 2013

Is The Internet Safe For Google?

IP Law Outlook June 5, 2012

Art Hath An Enemy Call'd Ignorance: Bankruptcy and Artwork Consignment in New Jersey

New Jersey Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts August, 2011

In Internet Advertising, Context Is King

New Jersey Law Journal Volume 204; Issue 8 May 23, 2011

Can CAN-SPAM Can Spam?

Cole Schotz Docket Matthew R. Kaplan Spring 2004

Jurisdiction Based on Site Accessibility: State of the Circuits

e-Commerce Law & Strategy September 2002

No More Laches Defense for Patent Infringement

Intellectual Property Law March 30, 2017

March 2017 Newsletter

Cole Schotz News March 2017

Smack Talk: Whole Foods' Quest to be "World's Healthiest"

Intellectual Property Law August 29, 2016

June 2016 Newsletter

Cole Schotz News June 2016

Did My UK IP Rights Just Brexit The European Union?

Intellectual Property Law June 24, 2016

The Defend Trade Secrets Act of 2016

Employment Law June 16, 2016

What's in a Name? Your Brand's Success!

Corporate Law Monitor February 19, 2016

Un-Happy Birthday, but Happy Batman

IP Law Outlook September, 25, 2015

The 'Orphan Works' Dilemma: Where Do We Go From Here?

New Jersey Law Journal September 8, 2015

"Everyone is Using It" as a Defense in Trademark Law

IP Law Outlook September 1, 2015

The $8.9 Million Name

IP Law Outlook August 26, 2015

Celebrities Turn to Trademark Law for Brand Protection

New Jersey Law Journal April 15, 2015

Why The Blurred Lines Lawsuit Really Matters

IP Law Outlook March 11, 2015

Social Media Promotion: Dos And Don'ts

IP Law Outlook September 9, 2014

Opening the Floodgates on Copyright Termination

New Jersey Law Journal January 21, 2013

Is The Internet Safe For Google?

IP Law Outlook June 5, 2012

Art Hath An Enemy Call'd Ignorance: Bankruptcy and Artwork Consignment in New Jersey

New Jersey Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts August, 2011

In Internet Advertising, Context Is King

New Jersey Law Journal Volume 204; Issue 8 May 23, 2011

Can CAN-SPAM Can Spam?

Cole Schotz Docket Matthew R. Kaplan Spring 2004

Jurisdiction Based on Site Accessibility: State of the Circuits

e-Commerce Law & Strategy September 2002

 

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