Christine concentrates her practice on trademark prosecution and other aspects of trademark law for clients in the Boston, New York, San Diego, Washington, DC, and London offices. She has extensive experience searching and analyzing trademarks and service marks and managing the worldwide and domestic trademark portfolios of clients in a wide variety of fields, such as biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, medical devices, software, jewelry, skincare and beauty, fitness, education, and financial products and services. In addition, Christine assists clients in protecting their trademarks, counsels clients on proper trademark usage, conducts due diligence on trademark portfolios and helps clients acquire domain names and marks.
Christine counsels clients of all sizes and is an active participant in the firm’s pro bono program, representing clients such as the Human Rights Campaign (HRC), the largest lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender civil rights organizations in the United States and Community Servings, a not-for-profit food and nutrition program serving the critically ill and their families in Massachusetts with their trademark matters.
Before joining Mintz Levin, she was an attorney at the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), Department of Commerce. While at the USPTO, Christine conducted ex parte examinations on thousands of trademark and service mark applications, recommended marks for publication and registration, drafted office actions and appeal briefs, and reviewed the work product and fielded the questions of new and less-seasoned examining attorneys. She specialized in applications pertaining to skincare products and cosmetics, sporting equipment, toys, publications, and all types of services, including health and beauty, spa, educational, financial, and business services
Articles in the National Law Review database by Christine M. Baker