Jeanne M. Hamburg


Articles:

  • Friday, May 18, 2012
    Editor: Please tell us about your background and experience. Hamburg: I’ve been practicing law for about 22 years, and for 17 of those years I’ve focused exclusively on trademark and copyright matters, both transactional and litigation related. I am resident in Norris McLaughlin’s New York City office and am honored to be among the...
  • Monday, August 2, 2010
    Editor: Please describe your practice. Hamburg: I have been practicing law for 20 years, and for about 15 of those years my focus has been exclusively on intellectual property and, specifically, trademarks and copyrights. I handle both transactional work and litigation. Editor: What are some of the more common trademark issues facing your clients on the...
  • Tuesday, February 1, 2005
    Intellectual property ("IP") is often a corporation's biggest asset. Indeed, in the "new economy," brand names - that is, trademarks, service marks and trade names - are often as important as the goods and services in connection with which they are used in creating a competitive advantage. Sounds, smells, colors and product shape can all enjoy trademark...
  • Tuesday, June 1, 2004
    Editor: Please tell our readers about your firm's Intellectual Property practice. Briscoe: Even though Norris McLaughlin & Marcus is a general practice commercial law firm of 80 attorneys, your readers may be somewhat surprised to learn that our IP group consists of 20 attorneys and patent agents who collectively specialize in virtually all aspects of...