Allison Strong is an associate in Nixon Peabody’s Intellectual Property group. She represents entities and individuals in a wide variety of disputes and litigation.
I assist clients and attorneys across a variety of intellectual property matters. I represent clients in various phases of litigation, ranging from conducting in-depth legal research in connection with drafting memoranda for motions, to discovery and trial preparation.
Additionally, I advise clients on patent and trademark prosecution, including drafting applications and portfolio development.
Inter partes review has increased in popularity to the point of being an expectation in patent litigation practice. I consider new developments in PTAB procedure, as well as new PTAB decisions, to guide both patent litigation and patent prosecution strategy.
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
Indiana University Maurer School of Law, J.D.
Purdue University, B.S., Chemical Engineering
This article, which covers the start of the MetaBirkins NFT trademark trial between fashion company Hermès and artist Mason Rothschild, quotes Los Angeles Intellectual Property resident attorney Valentina Polunina on the potential impacts of either party winning the case. Valentina’s comments came from a client alert she cowrote with Chicago IP associate Allison Strong.
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