On September 13, 2018, Marc P. Misthal gave a CLE presentation “Intellectual Property Issues in Social Media” to Oppenheimer & Co at their New York office.
In a recent article published by Thomson Reuters Westlaw Journal, Barry Lewin discussed the blockchain technology and patent-related issues in this emerging area. Mr. Lewin explained why Bitcoin and Blockchain have the potential to be highly influential and disruptive and […]
Marc P. Misthal was quoted in the Inc. magazine’s article “In-N-Out Sued This Tiny Australian Burger Chain. Its Reaction is Brilliant.” To read the full story, click here.
Marc P. Misthal was quoted in the article “‘Stranger Things’ Lawsuit: Is it Possible to ‘Steal’ an Idea?“
On March 26, Jeffrey M. Kaden presented the course “Introduction to the U.S. Design Patent Law” at the New York office of Golenbock, Eiseman, Assor, Bell & Peskoe, LLP.
We are pleased to announce that Robert Feinland has joined the firm as an associate. Robert focuses his practice on intellectual property litigation and prosecution, with a particular concentration on trademark, copyright, trade dress, internet, anti-counterfeiting, false advertising, licensing, and […]
On October 9, 2017, Barry R. Lewin will be part of a panel discussion on “Analysis and Searching of Patent: Problems and Viable Solutions” at the annual meeting of the International Intellectual Property Law Association’s (IIPLA) in San Jose, California. […]
George Gottlieb and Marc P. Misthal were quoted in a recent Metropolis article, “The Knock-Off Effect: Who You’re Really Cheating When You Buy Copies.”
The Fordham Intellectual Property, Media & Entertainment Law Journal interviewed Marc P. Misthal for its podcast. The episode is entitled “Unauthorized Trademark Use in Artistic Mediums” and can be found at the link here.
Marc P. Misthal was quoted in the article “Trademarks Prevent Calamity? A Party Game’s Dispute Is Not So Black-and-White.”
Marc P. Misthal was quoted in the Inc. Magazine Article “7 Things to Know Before You Start Licensing Intellectual Property.”
On December 6, 2016, Jonathan M. Purow gave a presentation at the New York City Bar’s event “The Legal Realities of Virtual Reality: Intellectual Property and Other Legal Considerations.”
GR&R will be participating in the AlleyBoost Startup Expo (#ABSX) on November 3, 2016 at Brooklyn Commons. Stop by our booth and learn how IP law affects your business! To get a complimentary ticket, click here.
Marc P. Misthal was quoted in the Law360 article “Daily Fantasy Wide Open For Student–Athlete Publicity Suit.“
Barry R. Lewin was re-appointed to the Education Committee of the Monmouth (NJ) Bar.
On June 2, GR&R and The Startup Station organized a workshop “How to Value and Protect IP: Patentability, Licensing vs. Selling.” Workshop covered different types of Intellectual Property and how to protect each one, how IP is accounted for on […]
On February 25 Mitchell S. Feller gave an overview of patent and related IP issues for developers and companies entering the IoT space.
Jeffrey Kaden spoke at the Knowledge Group’s webcast entitled: “Developments in U.S. and E.U. Design Patent Protection: What You Need to Know.” The event took place on January 21, 2016 from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM (ET).
Diana Muller, as a member of the Sports Committee at Inter-American Association of Intellectual Property (ASIPI), contributed with two articles to the book related to Intellectual Property issues in sports industry. Articles are entitled “Sports brands, protection and […]
GR&R was selected as a 2016 Top Ranked Law Firm, receiving a Martindale-Hubbell AV Preeminent® peer review rating for the second year in a row.