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Flann Lippincott

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Lippincott IP

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Admitted Jurisdictions

New Jersey

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Biography

Flann is a transaction and litigation attorney with a professional background in art, design, science, and business. She blends these experiences with law to give her clients the legal tools that they need to achieve business success. Having acquired and defended her own trademarks, design patent, and contracts for her prior international consumer products company, Flann is sensitive to both the commercial and personal value of intellectual property to her clients.

Law Practice Areas
Copyright and trademark clearance, registration, management, protection, litigation| Design and Utility patents and Registered Community Designs | IP and design law planning and strategy| Commercial contract and licensing agreement drafting and litigation|  Trademark Trial and Appeal Board opposition and cancellation proceedings|  Licensed in New Jersey, the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey, and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit


Academics
Parsons School of Design, Part Time Lecturer, Bachelor of Business Administration, Business Regulations and Practices | Certificate Program in Design Entrepreneurship, Pratt Institute, Center for Sustainable Design Studies, Staying out of Trouble

Associations
Industrial Designers Society of America | Product Development Management Association | American Intellectual Property Law Association | American Bar Association Design Law Group

Education
B.A. Art History, Cornell University | M.S.J. Intellectual Property, magna cum laude, Seton Hall University School of Law | J.D. Rutgers University School of Law - Newark.

Practice Areas

Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice

  • New Jersey

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