Bruce concentrates his practice in both domestic and foreign patent and trademark prosecution, as well as technology licensing and transfer, counseling and opinion work, copyright law, and related litigation. His areas of technical expertise include the chemical, metallurgical, mechanical, computer software, Internet business method, medical, and biological arts.
Bruce has authored articles on a variety of topics, including the international trademark system, arbitration of international licenses, and the similarity of U.S.-European pharmaceutical patent law.
Before joining Norris McLaughlin, P.A., Bruce was managing partner for Londa & Gluck LLP of New York, New York.
Bruce serves clients in a variety of manufacturing, marketing, and service industries, including chemicals, pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, electronics, telecommunications, consumer foods, computer hardware and software, internet, medical devices, health care, and banking.
Bruce S. Londa Named Chair of Norris McLaughlin, P.A.Intellectual Property Group
Norris McLaughlin, P.A. Wins Preliminary Injunction in Trademark Case for COINTREAU
Intellectual Property Attorneys to Present CLE Program to the Bar Association of Lehigh County
INTERNATIONAL TRADEMARK REGISTRATIONS
•“Final Rules For Implementing The America Invents Act (AIA), ” NM Intellectual Property Law Alert, September 2012
•“International Trademark Registrations, ” Intellectual Property Law Alert, August 2003
Bruce S. Londa has earned the Martindale-Hubbell AV Preeminent status.
•American Intellectual Property Law Association
•New York Intellectual Property Law Association
•International Trademark Association
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