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New Associates With Pattishall, McAuliffe
Thursday, June 07, 2007
Pattishall, McAuliffe, Newbury, Hilliard & Geraldson LLP is happy to announce the association of Rebecca Burch, Ashly Iacullo and Alexis Payne with the Firm.
Rebecca Burch recently joined us from New York City. While there, Rebecca's primary focus of work involved trademark and trade dress law, including counterfeiting actions and on-line promotions and infringements. At Pattishall, Rebecca's current matters involve the use of trademarks on the Internet, including domain name infringement, trademark enforcement efforts and litigation, as well as trademark clearance and prosecution. Rebecca has also been working to assist clients facing copyright infringement issues. Rebecca received her JD in 2001 graduate from New York University School of Law and was a Staff Editor for NYU's Journal of Legislation and Public Policy.
Ashly Iacullo, who worked with Pattishall, McAuliffe as a law clerk and litigation specialist, accepted her new role as an associate early this Spring. Ashly's areas of concentration include trademark litigation, ICANN dispute practice, domestic trademark prosecution and trademark license agreements. Ashly received her JD in 2004 from Chicago-Kent College of Law . While at Chicago-Kent, she worked as the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Intellectual Property.
Alexis Payne recently joined the Firm, and her areas of concentration include counseling clients regarding advertising and promotions, including sweepstakes, skill contests, incentive and loyalty programs. Her experience also includes cases involving copyright, trademark, trade dress, defamation, right of publicity and privacy claims. Alexis received her JD in 1999 from The Ohio State University College of Law, where she participated in Moot Court and served as a member of the Ohio State Law Journal.
Pattishall, McAuliffe, Newbury, Hilliard & Geraldson LLP concentrates its practice in domestic and international trademark, copyright, Internet, e-commerce, advertising, trade secret and unfair trade practices law and litigation.
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