Extending a Trademark's Boundaries
Tarzan's Yell Resounds
Fross Zelnick has crafted innovative strategies to protect clients' most valuable intellectual...
Expanding a Prestigious Brand Into New Territory
Tiffany Sparkles in Russia
As Tiffany expanded into Russia during the last several years, it sought measures to further...
Restoring U.S. Copyright Protection for Iconic Doll
The "Good Luck Troll" Trounces Knock-Offs
Fross Zelnick helps the "Good Luck Troll" creators to restore copyright protection in the U.S. and...
Preserving Royalty Rights In a Treasured Icon
Winnie-the-Pooh Goes to Court
Fross Zelnick succeeds after three years of court challenges at every level, including the U.S....
Uniting Global Brands for the Cause
Fross Zelnick joins the (PRODUCT) RED Revolution
Launching of one of the most ambitious global cross-branding and licensing programs ever undertaken.

Recognition & Rankings

Fross Zelnick Awarded Trademarks Firm of the Year by Who's Who Legal 2016 for Eleventh Consecutive Year

On April 11, 2016, Lydia Gobena and David Donahue proudly accepted Fross Zelnick's award for Trademark's Firm of the Year at the third annual Who's Who Legal 2016 awards ceremony held in New York City. The ceremony celebrated leaders in the global legal market, and generously contributed all proceeds from the event to the Swawou School in Kenema, Sierra Leone which provides free quality education to disadvantaged girls.


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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 >>
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 MIP May 2015 edition. Read More
James Weinberger was featured in "Managing Infringement: Making the Case for Vigilance," a Thomson CompuMark Case Study on best practices for managing trademark litigation matters. Read More

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