ASK A LAWYER! Marty Schwimmer & Jordan Garner from Leason Ellis. Ask you questions, live, with real live lawyers! 3/15/17 8pm ET
Martin Schwimmer is a partner in Leason Ellis – http://www.leasonellis.com/ an IP law boutique in White Plains, NY. His practice is concentrated in the area of U.S. and international trademark law and domain name counseling, prosecution and litigation. He publishes The Trademark Blog (@trademarkblog).
World Trademark Review had this to say about him:
Martin Schwimmer “is a very rare combination of academic law smarts and pragmatic counsel. He is the one you go to if you need someone to craft a creative, nuanced position.” “Well versed in domain name and other internet-related work, he provides invaluable advice on the full spectrum of trademark work.”
As an attorney registered to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, Jordan Garner assists clients in protecting their intellectual property at all stages, from creation to enforcement. His clients range from technology startups to Fortune 500 Companies. Jordan provides patent prosecution and litigation services in fields as diverse as consumer products, electro-mechanic devices, industrial refinery processes, textile technologies, pharmaceuticals, telecommunications, and genetic engineering. Jordan also routinely provides legal opinions on patentability, IP portfolio evaluation, freedom-to-operate, Abbreviated New Drug Applications (ANDA) submission, infringement, and validity issues so that clients can make informed decisions on intellectual property matters.
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