Andrew’s practice is focused on litigation involving patents, trademarks, and copyrights along with handling issues with entertainment law. In addition, Andrew has prosecuted hundreds of patents and trademarks before the US Patent and Trademark Office.
Andrew is frequently sought after for his legal expertise. He has appeared on CNBC’s Squawk Box and has been featured on KCEO radio as a commentator on intellectual property law. He served as an expert witness on trademark law in California state court and has spoken at the University of San Diego regarding entertainment law.
Andrew is an amateur magician and member of The Academy of Magical Arts.
He also has managed a number of little league baseball, softball, and basketball teams.
Won a $12 million summary judgment motion for a breach of contract related to pet food ingredients
Represented San Diego Charger, Shawne Merriman, in numerous litigations
Settled a case for ASICS spokesperson/wrestler Jordan Burroughs in a dispute against Burroughs' previous licensee
Represented ASICS in a contract litigation involving Lutte Licensing
Represents ASICS in its patent matters before the US Patent and Trademark Office
Successfully licensed the Bel Air brand for numerous film and television projects
Settled a patent infringement case for Chart Industries, Inc. against GP Strategies Corporation and continues to represent Chart Industries, Inc. in its patent matters before the US Patent and Trademark Office
Settled a patent infringement case for Suicide Fantasy Sports against ESPN Inc.
Represents The Brain Observatory, a non-profit research and public benefit organization, in trademark and licensing matters
Represents Chelsea’s Light Foundation, a non-profit organization working to protect children from sexual predators, in trademark and contractual matters
Represents the Sierra Nevada Corporation in various intellectual property matters
Represents Bullets2Bandages, an apparel brand designed to give thanks to veterans and their families, in various intellectual property matters
Articles in the National Law Review database by Andrew D. Skale