Peter Nussbaum provides advice on trademark, copyright, Internet and technology matters. His clients include entertainment companies, musical artists, clothing and footwear companies, publishing and educational companies, cannabis companies, food, beverage and hospitality companies, non-profit organizations and others across a wide array of industries.
Peter is involved in all aspects of trademark, copyright, domain name, Internet and technology law, including general counseling, clearance, registration practice, licensing, enforcement and litigation. He is also involved in the intellectual property aspects of corporate transactions. He litigates intellectual property disputes throughout the United States and before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board of the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).
Peter writes and speaks on a variety of trademark law topics, including lectures at New York University and Seton Hall Law School on trademark issues related to the music industry.
U.S. trademark rights stop at the U.S. border. In order to be protected outside of the U.S., trademark rights must be obtained separately across territories. In this program, the presenters will discuss key considerations for foreign trademark filing...