Karen Bernstein, LLC
Karen J. Bernstein, is an Intellectual Property Attorney located in New York City. She received her B.S. in Organizational Behavior at The University of San Francisco and her J.D. at The New England School of Law. In Karen’s former life she was an executive in the advertising business, as well as having been a personal manager and a published songwriter in the music business before heading to law school.
Today, Karen brings her unique background and skills to the practice of law by representing clients in a wide variety of settings, including counseling clients on trademark and copyright issues, advising on Internet law issues such as evaluating domain name portfolios for potential infringing uses, brokering domain name sales, structuring domain purchase and sale negotiations, litigating in UDRP proceedings and federal court, and working on a wide variety of other matters related to e-commerce issues. She has been featured on The PBS Nightly Business Report and has written articles for The World Trademark Review. Karen Bernstein can also be found blogging on intellectual property issues on many other websites.
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Posts by Karen Bernstein, LLC:
Ho Hos, Twinkies, And Ding Dongs: Why Trademarks And Trade Secrets Are Highly Valuable To Your Business
November 28th, 2012
6 Reasons Why You Should Trademark Your Business Name
September 27th, 2012
By now, you should have heard about Hostess going out of business after failed mediation talks with the unions. Hostess is the maker of such iconic brands such as Ho Hos, Twinkies and Ding Dongs. Hostess plans to sell [...]
A common question Many of my clients ask me “should my business name be trademarked?” The real question here is does it make sense to apply for a Certificate of Registration to get federal trademark protection? [...]