Day Pitney LLP is pleased to announce that for the sixth consecutive year, the firm has been selected as a leading trademark law firm in Massachusetts and Carrie Webb Olson, chair of the firm's Trademark, Copyright and Advertising group, was selected as a top trademark professional in the 2019 edition of World Trademark Review (WTR) 1000 – The World's Leading Trademark Professionals.
Based on feedback from clients and peers, the WTR 1000 states that "Day Pitney's first-class IP contingent is recognized for its outstanding prosecution services and by working closely with the firm's commercial litigators it deploys ample firepower in litigation too."
"Lynchpin of the practice Carrie Webb Olson 'consistently wows, she is highly sophisticated at dealing with challenging trademark issues making her the person to call when there's a problem,'" according to one client quoted in the publication. "Carrie is absolutely incredible and always available to lend a helping hand, be it for copyright-related matters or trademark registration. She is a favorite of in-house counsel because of her high energy and top-notch work."
Day Pitney attorneys work collaboratively across practices and offices to meet the needs of their IP clients. The publication also notes that "Carrie and her team are responsive and highly attuned to the specific needs of each client. They focus on getting the best result in the most efficient manner, while never losing sight of broader goals."
Day Pitney's Trademark, Copyright and Advertising group represents clients of all sizes, including some of the world's most highly respected and successful brand owners. For more information on the firm's services, click here.
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Jonathan Tropp, an intellectual property litigator, authored an article, "Design Patents: 'Campbell Soup' Stirs the Pot," published by the New York Law Journal.
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Mark Romance authored a United States Law & Practice Update, entitled "New Rule Requires Foreign Applicants to Be Represented by U.S. Lawyer," published by theINTA Bulletin, a newsletter for the International Trademark Association.
Ryan S. Osterweil, a senior associate in Day Pitney's Intellectual Property group and a member of the firm's Regulated Substances practice group will be speaking on a panel, "The Cannabis Goldrush and the IP Landgrab," at a program presented by the Patents Committee of the New York City Bar Association.
On June 19, Day Pitney LLP and the Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) Northeast Chapter co-hosted a program, "Understanding Your Brand Identity: Bridging the Gap Between Business and Legal," held at Day Pitney's Boston office.
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Day Pitney LLP represented Pula Capital Management LP (Pula), a newly formed investment manager based in Virginia, in connection with (i) the acquisition of a minority ownership interest in Pula by Felton Group, LLC (Felton Group), and (ii) an investment by Felton Group in Pula Capital Fund, LP, a newly formed fund managed by Pula that intends to employ novel mathematical techniques and a proprietary, systematic predictive model to trade a diversified long-short portfolio of liquid U.S. equities.
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Day Pitney LLP's representation of HDI Global Insurance Co. (HDI) was noted in an article, "1st Circ. Brushes Off Dental Co.'s Insurance Claim For TM Suit," published by Law360.
Ryan Osterweil was quoted in an article, "'It Isn't Illegal If It Doesn't Exist yet': Patent Laws Pose Challenges for the Cannabis Industry," which was published by Cannabis Wire and reports on a recent New York City Bar Association program where he served as a panelist.