Lauren counsels clients on a broad range of IP issues including trademark, copyright and general branding strategy. She provides knowledgeable guidance on strategic approaches to implementing, registering, maintaining and protecting brands. Lauren also has experience defending clients against IP enforcement campaigns initiated by third-parties.
As a senior associate, I have a vast amount of experience in IP law, as well as a unique perspective on brand strategy and enforcement from my previous experience as in-house corporate and intellectual property counsel at Aristocrat Technologies, an international casino gaming company.
I guide clients through the selection and clearance of new brands as well as counsel them on the best practices for protecting growing and longstanding brands. A significant portion of my practice focuses on defending against enforcement claims, which is important in protecting the strength of my clients’ brands and the significant investments in their IP.
My extensive knowledge and experience in IP has also provided me with a basis for conducting seminars and educational sessions on the basics of IP law and strategy for both in-house 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