Hassan Zavareei earned his law degree from the University of California, Berkeley... more
Hassan Zavareei earned his law degree from the University of California, Berkeley School of Law (Boalt Hall) in 1995, where he graduated as a member of the Order of the Coif. Mr. Zavareei graduated cum laude from Duke University in 1990, with degrees in Comparative Area Studies and Russian. After graduation from Boalt Hall, Mr. Zavareei joined the Washington, D.C. office of Gibson, Dunn ... view profile
I provide strategic counseling, protection, and litigation services for emerging... more
I provide strategic counseling, protection, and litigation services for emerging companies and entrepreneurs. My practice focuses on trademarks and unfair competition, copyrights, trade secrets, internet law,false advertisingand very related business litigation. Learn more about me and my firm, Mod Law, by visiting ourwebsite .
My primary areas of practice are: Intellectual Property Counseling; Intellectual... more
My primary areas of practice are: Intellectual Property Counseling; Intellectual Property Litigation, including litigation involving patents, copyrights, trademarks, trade secrets, restrictive covenants, unfair trade practices, and unfair competition; E-Discovery, focusing on educating and counseling clients about their obligations to locate, preserve, and (when appropriate) disclose relev... view profile
Mr. Butterman is a seasoned trademark attorney and former Attorney Advisor in the... more
Mr. Butterman is a seasoned trademark attorney and former Attorney Advisor in the trademark examining operations of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office who has been with Staas Halsey since 2005. At the USPTO, Mr. Butterman worked in one of the Law Offices that specialized in cosmetics, toiletries and cleaning preparations, publications and office supplies, toys and sporting goods, plus a vari... view profile
A trademark protects words, names, symbols, or devices that identify a specific product for consumers. For example, Kleenex® is a trademarked company name. Other tissue makers, like Puffs®, cannot use the word Kleenex in their products, even though many people refer to all tissues as “Kleenex.” When someone uses your trademark without your consent, you will need the services of a trademark infringement lawyer. Trademark infringement attorneys know which options and procedures will get the desired outcome for your case (whether it's destroying the competing product, stopping the continued misuse of your trademark, or compensation for the money the infringer earned from your trademark). Trademark infringement attorneys can also defend your use of materials if someone claims you have infringed on their trademarked materials.
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