City College of New York, B.EE., 1966
George Washington University Law School, J.D., with honors,
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, 1969
New York Bar, 1971
Southern and Eastern Districts of New York, 1973
Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, 1983
Barry Cooper began his career in intellectual property as
a patent examiner in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
His areas of specialty include litigation with an emphasis
on trademark, trade dress, and copyright disputes; licensing;
and U.S. and international trademark counseling and management.
Mr. Cooper has lectured before trade organizations in the
apparel and lighting fields, as well as before the New York
State Bar Association and the Foundation for Accounting Education.
American Bar Association, Forum on Franchising
New York State Bar Association
New York Intellectual Property Law Association
"Court Ruling Means False Patent Marking Cases Will Continue," GRR Intellectual Property News (September 2010).
"CAB CALLOWAY: Act II Plays Out in District Court," GRR Intellectual Property News (January 2010).
"Showing "Bona Fide Intent to Use a Mark"--The DICK'S NUTS Case," GRR Intellectual Property News (January 2010).
"Patent Mismarking: The Forest Group, Inc. v. Bon Tool Company," GRR Intellectual Property News (January 2010).
"Personal Names Not Required to Have Secondary Meaning for Registration," GRR Intellectual Property News (December 2009).
"Covenant Not to Sue Extends to Customer Accused of Infringement," GRR Intellectual Property News (May 2009).
“Property 101: A Primer for Accountant Professionals,”
The CPA Journal (May 2002).