|Contact Info||Telephone: 212.915.5586|
|University ||Wake Forest University, B.A., 2006|
|Law School||University of Virginia School of Law, J.D., 2010|
|Admitted||2012, New York|
Laura Pitts practices in the area of intellectual property, on both state and federal litigation as well as transactional matters. She concentrates on trademark counseling and IP portfolio development (domestic and international); trademark prosecution and maintenance; trademark policing and enforcement strategies; trademark practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board; negotiation and drafting of agreements pertaining to intellectual property; copyright counseling and registration. Laura also has experience with matters involving advertising, promotions and sweepstakes, rights of publicity/privacy.
Prior to working at Wilson Elser, Laura was with a boutique intellectual property firm in Milan, Italy. She continues to work on global IP portfolio development and trademark prosecution. Her clients include companies of all sizes with a strong interest in protecting their intellectual property rights - from local clients who are looking to start protecting their trademarks to international companies with global trademark portfolios. Laura completed a fellowship with a nonprofit organization on a lawsuit representing organic and non-GMO farmers against Monsanto.
A Southerner by birth, Laura has had the opportunity to travel a great deal and has lived and worked abroad in Spain, England, France and Italy. She enjoys music and sports such as hiking and rock climbing, including Wyoming’s Grand Tetons - which makes her no stranger to a challenge.
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