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Todd Braverman Joins Pearl Cohen Zedek Latzer as Partner and U.S. Trademark Prosecution Chief
Wednesday, May 05, 2010
New York, NY -- Todd Braverman, ranked among America's top trademark attorneys by Trademark Insider, has joined Pearl Cohen Zedek Latzer, LLP (PCZLaw.com) as a partner and head of its U.S. Trademark Prosecution practice.
Braverman most recently led the Trademark Prosecution Practice Team for Bryan Cave, one of the top trademark law firms in the country. Braverman represented Toys 'R' Us®; Barnes and Noble®; Vitamin Shoppe® and GameStop®, among many others.
"Todd brings a high level of experience and knowledge in trademark law to PCZL," said Zeev Pearl, managing partner of the firm, which specializes in providing legal services to innovation-driven companies and their investors. "Remarkably, he's been a trademark examiner for the USPTO, an in-house counsel for NEC America, and leader of the trademark team for a major firm. It's rare to see this combination of experience."
During his more than ten years at Bryan Cave, Braverman searched, cleared and obtained protection for thousands of U.S. Trademarks. Prior to joining Bryan Cave, Braverman managed NEC USA's trademark practice. He began his career as a trademark examining attorney for the U.S. Trademark and Patent Office.
"Twenty years of experience has provided me with insight into how the USPTO will respond to particular applications, enabling me to provide the best strategic advice to my clients," said Braverman. "I am excited about joining a firm so fully dedicated to protecting the intellectual property rights of its clients."
Braverman is also an accomplished musician and songwriter with several records to his credit.
Pearl Cohen Zedek Latzer, LLP, with offices in New York City, Boston, and Herzlia and Haifa, Israel, provides clients, ranging in size from start-ups to multinationals, with legal services including patent prosecution, management of intellectual property portfolios, licensing, due diligence, opinion matters, rights enforcement and litigation, financing and corporate matters, negotiation of commercial agreements and employment law.
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