Ja-Juana is a paralegal for Nixon Peabody’s Intellectual Property group.
I focus on supporting attorneys and clients in the Intellectual Property group. With over 15 years of paralegal experience, I can assist in all aspects of trial and transactional practice. I have experience drafting and filing applications, declarations, extensions of time, statements of use, renewals, office actions, and assignment information with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). Having recently worked as an in-house trademark paralegal for one of the world’s largest sports companies, I am adept at enforcing protection strategies for clients by clearing trademarks and reviewing marketing creative for compliance. I also have extensive experience assisting in the management of foreign and domestic portfolios.
In today’s global economy, with the financial effects of the Pandemic looming, it is important to educate our clients on getting the most bang for their buck when filing in multiple jurisdictions. The Madrid Protocol is a cost-effective and efficient way that enables trademark holders to ensure protection for their marks in multiple countries through the filing of one application with a single office, in one language, with one set of fees, and in one currency.
Montgomery College, Business Management Candidate
Paralegal Institute of Washington D.C., Paralegal Certificate
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