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Tarter, Krinsky & Drogin’s Intellectual Property Group Continues Rapid Expansion
Friday, March 29, 2013
Tarter Krinsky & Drogin LLP is pleased toannounce the addition of a new Partner, Philip Braginsky, as Co-Chair of its Intellectual Property Group as part of its ongoing expansion.
Mr. Braginsky was formerly a Partner and the Co-Chair of the Intellectual Property Practice Group at Sills Cummis & Gross, PC. He helps his clients with value creation services through intellectual property counseling, litigation and patent and trademark procurement in the life sciences, tech and financial industries.
In response to clients’ growing needs, Tarter Krinsky and Drogin established the Intellectual Property Group in 2011, and since its inception, the practice has seen tremendous growth. The group now includes deep technical training and comprehensive experience in transactions, prosecution and Internet law both domestically and internationally.
“There are so many opportunities being created by emerging technology and trends in business, and with our expanded IP group we will be able to offer additional services to our clients,” said Alan M. Tarter, Managing Partner. He added, “With its international relationships and network of foreign associates, the IP group will work closely with our International, Immigration, Litigation and Corporate Groups to service our clients with greater depth.”
About Tarter Krinsky & Drogin’s Intellectual Property Group Team:
Amy B. Goldsmith protects the global interests of national and international clients in a variety of industries, including pet products, fashion, financial services, marketing automation, publishing, medical devices, and consumer and designer goods.
Doug Gilbert focuses on litigation, transactions, opinions, and IP due diligence for leading chemical, pharmaceutical, consumer product, medical device, internet and computer industry clients.
Mark Rosenberg focuses on litigation and transactions in trademark, copyright, trade dress, privacy and advertising law. He has significant experience assisting businesses in e-commerce and Internet marketing.
Aasheesh Shravah is skilled in patent and trademark prosecution and litigation and advises clients on a broad range of technologies, including mechanical and electro-mechanical devices, consumer products, medical devices, life sciences, hardware, and Internet technology.
Matthew T. Dennehy is experienced in patent litigation and prosecution, with a specific focus on the electrical, mechanical and tech fields. He handles U.S. and foreign patent prosecution and clearances, for inventions in a wide variety of technical disciplines.
Leah F. Satlin assists domestic and international clients in performing and analyzing trademark searches, prosecuting trademark and copyright applications, and assisting with copyright, trademark and domain name disputes as well as with licensing matters.
Rachel J. Lin handles U.S. patent and trademark prosecution and transactions for domestic and foreign portfolios. She also counsels and provides opinions for pharma, biotech and medical devices clients.
About Tarter Krinsky & Drogin LLP
Tarter Krinsky & Drogin is a full-service law firm that offers the diverse practice areas of a large firm, coupled with superior service and personal attention. The majority of its professional staff is comprised of senior level attorneys with deep experience in their respective practice areas. Core competencies include intellectual property, banking and finance, bankruptcy and corporate restructuring, business immigration, international business, immigration, commercial litigation, employee benefits and executive compensation, construction, cooperative and condominium representation, corporate and securities, labor and employment, not-for-profit, real estate, real estate litigation, landlord-tenant law, tax, and trusts and estates. The firm is headquartered in New York City and has offices in Princeton, New Jersey. Visit www.tarterkrinsky.com or call (212) 216-8000 for more information.
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