Lauren J. Arnold counsels clients on a broad range of intellectual property issues, including trademark, copyright, branding and inbound and outbound intellectual property licensing, and provides knowledgeable guidance on IP policies, best practices, enforcement and protection. Much of her work involves helping companies protect and enforce their brands and their creative works through trademark and copyright registration and enforcement.
I bring a unique perspective to representing my clients because of my previous in-house position as intellectual property counsel at an international gaming company. This experience allows me to understand the branding and intellectual property needs of my large corporate clients. I have negotiated significant intellectual property licenses, both in-bound and out-bound, including those with major entertainment organizations such as movie studios and music publishers. My extensive knowledge and experience in intellectual property have provided a basis for conducting numerous seminars and education sessions in the areas of social media and general intellectual property for both attorneys and corporate executives.
Social media is changing the way companies build and enforce their brands. It is also quickly increasing the potential for infringement. As a result, our trademark practice continues to change, and I look forward to seeing how trademark law catches up over the next few years.
Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, LL.M., Intellectual Property
University of Baltimore School of Law, J.D., Staff Editor, Journal of Environmental Law, International Trademark Association Moot Court Competition
University of Pittsburgh, B.A., cum Laude
District of Columbia
International Trademark Association, Member