Jennette W. Psihoules counsels clients on all aspects of trademark and copyright law and provides a full range of intellectual property services, including prosecution and protection, enforcement, litigation, licensing, and the commercialization of IP assets.
I focus my practice on trademark and copyright protection and enforcement, as well as IP litigation and licensing. I routinely advise clients on trademark selection, clearance, and prosecution, as well as copyright protection and registration. I have extensive experience managing large-scale domestic and international IP portfolios and developing and administering effective IP enforcement programs for clients across a variety of industries. I also have significant experience in IP litigation having represented clients in actions in federal court and before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB). Based on my previous experience working in-house with a major media company, I also have a background in drafting and negotiating complex IP licenses and other IP and entertainment-related agreements. My well-rounded knowledge and experience in intellectual property law enable me to advise clients on how to best protect and capitalize on their IP rights.
The importance of companies to protect and enforce their intellectual property rights globally will continue to increase as the digital marketplace and the free flow and access of information expands. Businesses should be creative and strategic when designing a tailored brand protection and enforcement program.
Law360 | September 24, 2019
This article mentions San Francisco Complex Commercial Disputes partner Rob Weikert and associate Andrew Winetroub, and Washington DC Intellectual Property partner David May and associate Jennette Psihoules, all of whom are representing Bandai Namco Entertainment in an IP dispute involving its iconic Pac-Man video game franchise.
Esports Insider | August 06, 2019
Intellectual Property associates Jason Kunze of Chicago and Jennette Psihoules of Washington DC participated in the latest edition of the regular feature “Ask the Esports Lawyers.” In this edition, Jason and Jennette look at how the European Union copyright directive may impact esports.
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Pace University School of Law, J.D.
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, B.A.
U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York
U.S. District Court, Eastern District of New York
District of Columbia