Paul Supnik advises businesses in the selection and use of brand identities, protects trademarks through registration strategies, enhances value through licensing and litigates trademark and copyright disputes.
This office is suitable for handling those matters where a large firm is not required, and where problem solving can best be handled by counsel with significant knowledge in specific areas of intellectual property and media. The practice incorporates a seasoned understanding of both domestic and international copyright and trademark matters that covers many industries. Personal service is offered in selected legal areas. A network of lawyer contacts cultivated over years crosses national boundaries to help the corporate client and the business lawyer liaise with international colleagues abroad. A commitment to the legal profession and its institutions is an integral part of the practice.
Representation includes businesses and individuals in the entertainment, art, publishing, merchandising, Internet, e-commerce, advertising, computer software, information services, financial services, clothing, consumer products, consumer electronics, food, restaurant, medical products, eyewear, jewelry, sporting goods, furniture, leather goods and other industries, primarily focused on the specific practice areas identified.