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I have been practicing trademark law and commercial litigation for the past 23 years. I am a former big firm attorney that started my own law firm sixteen years ago. I have had extraordinary success in some very high profile cases and have been featured twice on the front page of the New York Law Journal. One famous case pertained to who had the rights to images of Marilyn Monroe. I represented the family of Marilyn Monroe's personal photographer, Sam Shaw, who took, among many iconic images, the flying skirt in the subway image featured in the Seven Year Itch. In the other high profile case, I successfully defended my client against charges of trademark infringement and convinced the court to declare the plaintiff's trademark to be generic, even though it was a preliminary injunction hearing. That case pertained to what are called "fight sports." I have prevailed in and achieved favorable settlements in numerous cases for companies large and small. I have represented and currently represent both start-up companies and large corporations, where I have successfully handled many hundreds of important trademark issues.
I have also been an adjunct professor of legal writing at the Cardozo School of Law for the past fifteen years. I have guest lectured at Fordham Law School on Intellectual Property Issues, given speechs at the New York State Bar Association (IP Section), and written many articles on intellectual property issues.
I work vey hard for my clients every day, enyoy seeing them succeed, and love my work.
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