Jeanne Hamburg, a member of the firm of Norris, McLaughlin & Marcus, P.A., has been named a contributing editor for the Trademark Basics E-Learning Program , an interactive web-based learning program designed by the International Trademark Association (INTA), which qualifies participants for CLE credit.
As part of the Trademark Basics Project Team, Ms. Hamburg prepared content for INTA's e-learning initiative. She introduces key concepts in Session 1, such as the likelihood of confusion, goodwill and distinctiveness, and practical tips on the proper use of trademarks and ways to prevent a trademark from becoming a generic term.
Ms. Hamburg, who works out of the firm's New York City office, practices in the Intellectual Property Department. She focuses her practice on trademark and copyright litigation, transactions, clearance, prosecution and enforcement. She is a frequent speaker and writer on intellectual property topics.