Trademarks, services marks and logos for a company’s brands or products can be among the most valuable of its intellectual property assets. Marks that are unregisterable with the U.S. Trademark Office and/or are already used by third parties can lead to wasted marketing dollars and lost customer goodwill.
Selecting a trademark eligible for the strongest protection and associated with the least amount of risk to use in the marketplace
Randy Friedberg has 25 years of experience in counseling clients, with particular focus on the protection, licensing and enforcement of intellectual property rights. His practice encompasses trademark and copyright law, unfair competition, trade secrets, advertising law, internet law and entertainment law, as well as general corporate and litigation matters.
Randy represents clients in a variety of industries, including consumer goods and services, computer software and hardware, pharmaceutical and biomedical products, media and entertainment. He also represents the energy and financial services sectors for corporate work and litigation before an array of state and federal courts, in the United States Patent and Trademark Office and before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board.
Randy’s experience has led to him to become a source for the news media. He has been quoted in a variety of different publications in the area of IP law. He is also asked to speak and present at business-related events. Randy has also served as a Judge for the Cardozo Entertainment Moot Court Competition.
Randy is the author of “Navigating Intellectual Property Disputes,” an authoritative, insider's perspective on assisting clients with managing IP assets and litigating disputes. He was on the editorial subcommittee of The Trademark Reporter, a publication of the International Trademark Association.
Randy has been selected for inclusion in ”Super Lawyers” in the New York Metro Region in a survey of his peers by Law & Politics magazine for the years 2007 through 2013.
Great CLE!!! :)
Randy never disappoints. Watch all of his IP lectures. Loaded with information.
Did a great job
Strong content and professional presentation
Good content. Very useful.
Very clear and helpful overview of trademark law.
Great course. Just very similar to the 101 class.
He is really good
Presenter is very good, clear and practical
Very helpful. Knowledgeable speaker. Practical advice.
Great information on where to begin the search and analysis and the threshold for referring issues to outside counsel.
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