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Recognition & Rankings

MIP’s 2015 IP Stars National Analysis awards FZLZ Tier 1 across the board in Copyright, Trade Mark Prosecution and Trade Mark Contentious

Praising FZLZ as “the total package,” the publication goes on to say, “Clients turn to Fross Zelnick professionals when the stakes are high.” Named for their “expert services” are Carlos Cucurella, Mark Engelmann, David Donahue and Roger Zissu.


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This article appeared in the 2015 edition of The International Comparative Guide to: Trade Marks; published by Global Legal Group Ltd, London. The chapter provides an overview of United States law concerning trademark subsistence, ownership, and enforcement, among other trademark-related topics. Read More
David Donahue and Jason Jones explain the recent U.S. Supreme Court's ruling in B&B Hardware, Inc. v Hargis Industries, Inc. in the May 2015 edition of Managing Intellectual Property. Read More
Designated as Band 1 Nationwide in the Intellectual Property: Trademark, Copyright & Trade Secrets category, as well as in the New York Intellectual Property: Trade Mark & Copyright category. Roger Zissu, “copyright guru,” “terrific” James Weinberger, and Richard Lehv’s “flourishing practice,” all receive special mention. Visit Site >>

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