Cheryl has pursued and resolved trademark and copyright infringement disputes, including domain name disputes and Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy proceedings; counseled and advised clients and foreign associates on a wide range of intellectual property matters; and negotiated and drafted intellectual property agreements including license, settlement, and coexistence agreements. Cheryl also assists clients with copyright protection, prosecution and enforcement.
Cheryl’s work in consumer product industries include toys, office supplies, housewares, electronics, food and beverage, clothing and footwear, sporting goods, and jewelry. She has worked in a variety of technologies including semiconductors, wireless communication, computer hardware and software, and water treatment and filtration.
•08.15.18 / News
27 AP&S Attorneys Selected for 2019 Edition of Best Lawyers in America
•09.26.17 / Events
Entrepreneurship in Southern New England - Panel Discussion
•02.23.17 / News
Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship Announces Partnership with Adler Pollock & Sheehan
•02.15.17 / Events
Cheryl Clarkin Presents Branding for Entrepreneurs
•Selected by her peers for inclusion in the 2019 edition of The Best Lawyers in America in the field of Trademark Law.
In the Community
•Chairperson, North Kingstown School Committee.
Seminars / Publications
Leave Your Mark: How to Protect Your Brand with Trademarks
Are you a startup business that wants to build a strong brand? Are you planning to launch a new product or service and want information on why protecting trademarks is important?
•Member, International Trademark Association.
•Member, Massachusetts Bar Association.
•Member, American Intellectual Property Law Association.
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