TTAB, WIPO, Intellectual Property, and Business Lawyers.
Anthony is a 2005 graduate of Loyola University Chicago School of Law and holds a Master of Professional Writing degree from the University of Southern California. He is admitted in the state and federal courts of both Illinois and California. His practice focuses on trademarks and business disputes at both the trial and appellate levels. He also assists boutique firms as of counsel in their more complex litigation matters.
During law school, Anthony externed for the Honorable William J. Bauer on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit. Upon graduating, Anthony served as law clerk for the Honorable Nancy J. Arnold in the Chancery Division of the Circuit Court of Cook County, Illinois. He later joined a business law firm in Irvine, California, and worked in its litigation practice group handling all phases of the litigation cycle. He resigned from that firm in October 2008 to spend more time with his newborn daughter and to start his own firm. Anthony currently resides in Orange County and serves domestic and international clients throughout California.
Languages Spoken: Japanese
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|IL||Active And Authorized To Practice Law||2005||08/17/2015|
|Award Name||Grantor||Date Granted|
|Honorable Mention - Best Oral Advocate||Vis Moot (East) International Commercial Arbitration Competition||2005|
|Shareholder||Cartee, LC||2008 - Present|
|Associate||Friedman Stroffe & Gerard||2007 - 2008|
|Judicial Law Clerk||Circuit Court Of Cook County, Chancery Division||2005 - 2007|
|Law Extern||US Court of Appeals For The Seventh Circuit||2005 - 2005|
|Association Name||Position Name||Duration|
|International Trademark Association||N/A||2013 - Present|
|State Bar of California||Executive Committee - Solo & Small Firm Section||2010 - 2013|
|Dzwonkowski v. Spinella||Published at 200 Cal. App. 4th 930|
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|trademarkapply.com||Trademark Apply web blog||2013|
|Loyola University Chicago International Law Review||Protecting the Indigenous Past While Securing the Digital Future: The FTAA and the Protection of Expressions of Folklore||2004|
|Loyola University Chicago School of Law||N/A||JD||2005|
|University of Southern California||N/A||MPW||2002|