INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY POSTS
Let Me Be Frank: Protecting IP Rights in Fictional Characters
By: Alex Simser Over the holidays, many of you saw the infamous “Let Me Be Frank” video monologue Kevin Spacey posted on YouTube following the announcement of sexual assault charges ...
Do Intellectual Property Audits Matter?
By Steve Thomas Many executives believe that intellectual property assets are like any other asset. They have value, there is a well-developed system for recording transfers of title (except for ...
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Ahmad is a connector and a closer. He listens carefully to understand his clients and their endeavors, and then he thinks creatively to provide clients with comprehensive service and passionate representation for not just what they want, but also for what they need to be successful beyond measure.
Jon Gibbs is the IP Group Chair and represents clients in a broad spectrum of intellectual property matters including intellectual property protection, licensing, litigation, auditing, and due diligence.
Alex represents startups and established businesses in an array of industries, including technology products and services, aerospace and aviation, cloud computing, communications, e-commerce, supply chain, and health care.
Drew is the chair of the firm’s multi-discipline Privacy, Cybersecurity and eDiscovery Group and also practices in the technology and privacy/data breach field – both litigation and contractual. He is a frequent speaker and writer on the topic of technology and the law.
A registered U.S. patent attorney and former engineer and program manager, Steve is a shareholder in the firm’s Intellectual Property Group. In this role, he advises business and university clients, many of whom have both domestic U.S. and global IP portfolios, in a variety of markets.