June 30, 2022

Volume XII, Number 181

Advertisement

Jeffrey H. Greene

Jeffrey Greene is a partner with Foley & Lardner LLP based in the firm’s New York office where he is a member of the Intellectual Property Department and co-chairs the Fashion, Apparel, and Beauty Industry Team. He is also the former chair of the Trademark Copyright & Advertising Practice and the former Vice Chair of the IP Department.

Jeff focuses on strategic foreign and domestic brand counseling and protection including the creation, development, expansion and enforcement of global trademark portfolios, creative brand enforcement strategies, licensing of brand assets and advertising.

Jeff also advises clients on the trademark and intellectual property aspects of mergers and acquisitions and other business transactions, agreement drafting, licensing and negotiation and transfer issues. He has extensive experience addressing all of these issues for startups/emerging companies and established companies across a variety of industries including financial services, technology, fintech, media, consumer products, retail and fashion. On the life sciences front, Jeff has experience helping pharmaceutical, biotech, digital health and other life sciences companies – from emerging companies to well-recognized brands – obtain and enforce foreign and domestic trademark rights for drug and device names and related offerings.

Jeff is an active member of the International Trademark Association, where he currently serves on the US Roundtables Project Team and the New Member Outreach team. He previously served on the Leadership Development Committee, where he co-chaired the Leadership Labs Subcommittee, the US Programs Committee for INTA annual meetings (2010, 2008), and the Alternative Dispute Resolution Committee. He has also served on the Trademarks and Unfair Competition Committee of the New York City Bar Association. 

Advertisement

Articles in the National Law Review database by Jeffrey H. Greene

Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement