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Stroock & Stroock & Lavan

180 Maiden Lane Floor 17
New York, NY, 10038

Stroock & Stroock & Lavan

180 Maiden Ln
New York, NY, 10038-4925

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StateStatusAcquiredUpdated
NYCurrently registered 197407/11/2016
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
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Associations
Association namePosition nameDuration
American Bar AssociationMemberN/A
Publications
Publication nameTitleDate
The Practical LitigatorInternet Pop-Up Advertise-ments: Do They Infringe?2005
LabToWallStreetIdentification of Intellectual Property Due Diligence Pitfalls in Cross-Border Transactions2004
Patent Strategy & ManagementFile early and File Often: A Pending Application is Your Best Approach to Capturing Your Competitor’s Product2004
Screening: Trends in Drug DiscoveryU.S. Patent Protection for European Inventions: Global Strategies for a Global Marketplace2003
INTA Trademark Dilution ForumAre Descriptive Marks That Have Acquired Distinctiveness Protected Under the FTDA?2003
Journal of BioMolecular ScreeningCollaborating with Academia: What You Need to Know2002
Trademark ReporterFTDA Survey Evidence: Does Existing Case Law Provide Any Guidance for Constructing a Survey?2001
Annual INTA Spring ForumThe Use of Surveys to Resolve Fame and/or Dilution Issues Under the Federal Trademark Dilution Act2001
U.S. Patent and Trademark OfficeLeft Lane Ends, Merge Ahead: Is Federal Dilution Protection Available Against Non-Competing Goods?2000
Intellectual Property Owners Association Annual Conference on Patent and Trademark Office Law and PracticeLeft Lane Ends, Merge Ahead: Is Federal Dilution Protection Available Against Non-Competing Goods?2000
New York State Bar AssociationIntellectual Property in Healthcare Information Technologies2000
New York State Bar AssociationCreating and Protecting Rights2000
American Bar Association publicationDoes the Federal Trademark Dilution Act Apply to Trade Dress?2000
The Intellectual Property StrategistInequitable Conduct as an Infringement Defense2000
AIPLA 23rd Annual ConferenceIs Fame Synonymous with Distinctiveness Under the Anti-Dilution Statute?2000
New York Law JournalWhittling Away at Dilution1999
The Intellectual Property StrategistNew Legislation Likely: Are States Now Immune from Infringement Suits?1999
The Intellectual Property StrategistNew Risk to Intellectual Property: Can States Infringe with Impunity?1999
American Bar Association publicationApplying the Federal Dilution Act to Identical or Substantially Similar Marks on Unrelated Goods1999
The Intellectual Property StrategistUtilitarian Objects: Why the Sum Is Less Than the Parts1999
Education
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
University of Maryland, College ParkN/ABS - Bachelor of Science1986
American University, Washington College of LawLawJD - Juris Doctor1973
Washington CollegeN/AN/AN/A
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
ALI-ABALatest Developments in Complex Civil Litigation: An Analysis of the Federal Judicial Center’s New Manual for Complex Litigation, Fourth2003
Annual Conference for the Society for Biomolecular ScreeningIntellectual Property and the Business Deal: What You Need to Know2002
Trademark Association Annual MeetingAre Fame and Distinctiveness the Same Under the FTDA?” and “Have the Tests for Dilution and Infringement Effectively Merged in Some Circuits2001
Practising Law InstituteDilution: The Split in the Circuits2000
New York State Bar AssociationIntellectual Property in Healthcare Information Technologies2000
Intellectual Property Owners AssociationFederal Trademark Dilution Law After Five Years2000
ABA Section on Intellectual Property & LawDilution at the Millennium: An Evaluation2000
Practising Law InstituteAdvanced Seminar of Trademark Law: Update on Dilution1999
Practising Law InstitutePatent Litigation: Effective Closing Arguments1999
Colorado Bar AssociationHow to Prove a Case Under the Anti-Dilution Laws1999
AIPLA Annual ConferenceA Case Study on the Ringling Bros. v. Utah Decision1999
ABA Section on Intellectual Property & LawThe Federal Anti-Dilution Act: The First Three Years1999
Trade Secret ConferenceConsiderations in Conducting Exit Interviews When Disclosure of Proprietary Information May Be at Risk1998
INTA Dilution and Famous Marks ForumDiluting the Dilution Act: Analysis of the First Two Years of Litigation1998
Practising Law InstitutePresentation of Model Opening and Closing Statements to Juries in Patent Trials1997
International Trademark Association Annual MeetingDilution of Famous Marks Under United States Law1997
Practising Law InstitutePresentation of Model Opening and Closing Statements to Juries in Patent Trials1996
International Trademark Association ForumThe Relationship Between Trademarks and Labels Under the Lanham Act and Alcoholic Beverage and Tobacco Laws1995
International Technology Transfer ConferenceIdentifying the Important Issues When Licensing Transferred Technology in Eastern and Central Europe1995

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