James Reisman

Of Counsel

James Reisman

Of Counsel

James Reisman, whose early patent law training took place at the renowned Bell Telephone Laboratories, has become a recognized specialist in U.S. and foreign trademarks. He advises clients on the worldwide protection of name brands, licensing programs, and product and package designs—primarily in the areas of fashion, cosmetics, food, and communications. His areas of technical expertise for patent protection and infringement evaluations include the electrical, electronics, and general mechanical fields. Mr. Reisman has lectured before the Practicing Law Institute and various trade associations regarding Patent Office practice,  the protection of copyrights, trademarks and other proprietary information, and has served as a judge for the American Bar Association’s Student Moot Court competition.

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James Reisman, whose early patent law training took place at the renowned Bell Telephone Laboratories, has become a recognized specialist in U.S. and foreign trademarks. He advises clients on the worldwide protection of name brands, licensing programs, and product and package designs—primarily in the areas of fashion, cosmetics, food, and communications. His areas of technical expertise for patent protection and infringement evaluations include the electrical, electronics, and general mechanical fields. Mr. Reisman has lectured before the Practicing Law Institute and various trade associations regarding Patent Office practice,  the protection of copyrights, trademarks and other proprietary information, and has served as a judge for the American Bar Association’s Student Moot Court competition.

Union College, Trustee
1990–98
American Bar Association
New York Intellectual Property Law Association

education

New York University School of Law
LL.B., 1965
Union College
B.EE., B.A., 1961 Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Xi, Tau Beta Pi, 1961

admissions

U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
1963
New York Bar
1965
Southern and Eastern Districts of New York
1967
Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit
1968
U.S. Supreme Court
1980
Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit
1983