Evan Anderson is the founder and managing partner of Brand Ventures Intellectual Property Law. Mr. Anderson's practice focuses primarily on addressing the intellectual property needs of start-ups, entrepreneurs, artists and established companies. Mr. Anderson specializes in brand development and protection through the implementation of innovative business and intellectual property strategies. Mr. Anderson works with clients at every stage in the development and protection of their businesses and brands to maximize the return on their investment while building powerful intellectual property portfolios.
By assessing each client’s intellectual property rights and needs, Mr. Anderson frequently counsels clients on the selection, registration and maintenance of trademarks, copyrights, trade dress, domain names, design patents, and other forms of intellectual property assets. Mr. Anderson’s practice also involves representation of clients in domain name disputes, intellectual property licensing, dispute resolution, trademark prosecution, intellectual property litigation before the USPTO and in Federal Court, and matters involving entertainment, internet, media, and fashion law.
Mr. Anderson's experience and expertise includes:
Prior to founding Brand Ventures Intellectual Property Law, Mr. Anderson received his Bachelor of Arts at Colby College in Maine where he majored in Sociology, and then attended Golden Gate University School of Law where he specialized in Intellectual Property law. During law school, he was a member ACSEL (Association of Communications, Sports and Entertainment Law), clerked for a successful Intellectual Property and Entertainment law firm, and was named the top student in his Intellectual Property program upon graduating law school. Mr. Anderson began his legal career working for an international entertainment conglomerate as a law clerk and then worked as a clerk for a top Los Angeles based entertainment attorney.
Mr. Anderson then worked as an attorney for a top national Intellectual Property litigation firm on a high profile patent litigation which settled favorably for his client. From 2008 to 2012, Mr. Anderson worked as an associate and then partner at a Los Angeles based full service intellectual property firm where his practice involved all aspects of transactional intellectual property law including copyright, trademark, entertainment matters, as well as business entity formation and intellectual property litigation matters before the United States Patent and Trademark Office and the United States Federal Court in the Central District of California and the Northern District of California.
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A guy you can trust I am a fellow lawyer who has known Evan for about 20 years. We practice different kinds of law, so I don't have all that much experience dealing with him professionally. But I can say that he is intelligent, caring, and knows his stuff. I have called him a few times when friends/family have been dealing with copyright/trademark issues, and he would be my very first stop if I ever need to do that (or anything related to intellectual property) again. He's an all-star lawyer and an all-star human being. He gets my full endorsement in every way.
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|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Top Student in IP Certification Program||Golden Gate University School of Law||2006|
|Founder and Managing Partner||Brand Venture Intellectual Property Law||2012 - Present|
|Partner||Patel & Alumit, P.C.||2008 - 2012|
|Contract Attorney||Quinn Emanuel Urquhart Oliver & Hedges||2007 - 2007|
|Law Clerk||Sony Pictures Television International||2006 - 2006|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|State Bar of California, Intellectual Property Law Section||Member||2012 - Present|
|State Bar of California||Admitted to Practice||2007 - Present|
|TTAB - Evertt W. James v. Andrea Gallagher (Opposition No. 91191941)||Applicant (client) prevailed and her mark proceeded to register with the USPTO|
|UDRP - Domain Name Disputes: Nicole Marrow (CoCo) v. V.C. - Case No. D2008-1947||Prevailed for Complaintant, domain name transferred|
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|LawReviewCLE||U.S Trademark Registration: The Attorneys Role from Clearance to Renewals||2013|
|Golden Gate Univ SOL||Intellectual Property||JD - Juris Doctor||2006|
|Intellectual Property Law||Intellectual Property Law||2012|
|Intellectual Property Basics - Web Seminar||Intellectual Property Law||2012|
|July 21, 2011: Introduction to Copyright, Trademark and Other Intellectual Property Law||Intellectual Property Law||2011|
|Introduction to Copyright, Trademark and Other Intellectual Property Law||Intellectual Property Law||2011|