David H. Siegel

Member | New York

David Siegel concentrates his practice on all aspects of intellectual property strategy, maintenance, and enforcement. He represents clients in patent, trademark, and copyright prosecution, transactions, and litigation.

David has significant experience in intellectual property licensing and brand protection. He advises clients on global patent and trademark protection and clearance options and alternatives. He has represented inventors, businesses, and start-ups in patent-related matters such as the drafting, filing, and prosecution of patent applications and non-disclosure and development agreements.

Prior to joining Norris McLaughlin, David was in-house counsel for a leading multinational costume designer, manufacturer, and distributor, managing licensing, clearance, and brand protection for a global intellectual property portfolio.

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Belmora Petitions for Supreme Court Review of FLANAX Decision

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Careful of Who Owns Photographs of You

Is a State Entity Shielded from Liability for Copyright Infringement by Sovereign Immunity?

Intellectual Property: What Are the Differences between Patent, Trademark, and Copyright?

The Trademark Modernization Act of 2020: New Rules and Procedures

Recent New Jersey Court Decision Shows That You Should Carefully Consider Your Choice of Venue for Trademark Litigation

Using Links and Embedding Copyrighted Content on Social Media or Your Website

Trade Dress Claims Involving Food Design and Packaging

Tips for Drafting a Trademark License

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