- Intellectual Property Litigation
- Intellectual Property
- Brand Protection
- Trademarks and Brand Protection
- Copyrights and Licensing
- Technology Transactions and Outsourcing
- Trademark Litigation
- Patent Litigation
|University ||The Cooper Union, Albert Nerken School of Engineering, B.S., 2004|
|Law School||Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, J.D., 2007 Concentration in Intellectual Property and Media Law|
|Admitted||2007, California; U.S. District Court for the Central District of California; U.S. Patent and Trademark Office|
Deborah Feinblum focuses her practice on a wide variety of intellectual property matters, including intellectual property litigation, trademark prosecution, and patent prosecution. Working with intellectual property holders to protect their rights and manage clients' intellectual property portfolios, she has drafted licensing agreements, asset purchase agreements, and conducted due diligence related to the acquisition of intellectual property.
Ms. Feinblum's experience also includes intellectual property litigation, focusing on patent, trade secret, trademark, domain name and copyright litigation. Ms. Feinblum has litigated both in federal and state courts. Ms. Feinblum has experience with all phases of intellectual property enforcement and litigation, including initial demand letters, take down notices, pleadings, motion practice, fact and expert discovery and trial preparation.
Ms. Feinblum also has experience in domain name disputes, specifically successfully arbitrating cases for complainants before the World Intellectual Property Organization under the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP).
Los Angeles County Bar Association
State Bar of California, Intellectual Property Section
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California's Do Not Track Disclosure Bill
Deborah A. Feinblum,Brett A. Garner,Stuart P. Ingis,Gregory J. Sater,Michael A. Signorelli, January 17, 2014
As of January 1, 2014, California law requires operators of websites and online services to publicly disclose how they respond to "do not track" (dnt) signals, though the exact requirements vary depending on whether an entity is a first party (e.g., web publisher) or third party (e.g., ad...
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