May 16, 2022

Volume XII, Number 136

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Patrick J. Rodgers

Patrick Rodgers focuses on trademark litigation, prosecution, portfolio management, and client counseling related to a broad range of industries, including sports and fitness, apparel, food and beverage, aerospace, and consumer goods.

Patrick’s practice includes trademark prosecution, litigation, and false advertising. He handles opposition and cancellation proceedings before the Trademark Trial and Appeals Board (TTAB) of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). He also advises clients as to the selection, maintenance, registration, enforcement, and portfolio management of trademarks in the United States and abroad. Patrick is involved in cases before the federal trial courts and the TTAB.

During law school, Patrick worked as a law clerk for Finnegan, served as the director of trademarks of the Student Intellectual Property Law Association at Georgetown University, and both competed in and coached the Saul Lefkowitz Trademark Moot Court Competition.

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Articles in the National Law Review database by Patrick J. Rodgers

The National Law Review recognizes  Finnegan law firm's INCONTESTABLE® BLOG with a 2021 Go-To Thought Leadership award for covering a range of interesting and unexpected trademark litigation issues spanning from the compelling controversy involving a Texas personal injury law firm's likelihood of confusion claim involving the use of The Hammer, Texas Hammer, and of course El Martillo Tejano (you’re too late legal marketers), to Monster Energy Drinks' Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (“TTAB” ) claim that the Toronto Raptor's claw was confusing with their brand or the improper of use of the name of a gang of whiskey lovers, Peaky Blinder's, to sell liquor and beer in the U.S.  Notable Finnegan authors, who keep the NLR's readers both informed and entertained include Margaret A. EsquenetJessica L. Hannah,  Matthew Samet   Patrick J. Rodgers, and  Yinfei Wu.

 

 

The National Law Review recognizes  Finnegan law firm's INCONTESTABLE® BLOG with a 2021 Go-To Thought Leadership award for covering a range of interesting and unexpected trademark litigation issues spanning from the compelling controversy involving a Texas personal injury law firm's likelihood of confusion claim involving the use of The Hammer, Texas Hammer, and of course El Martillo Tejano (you’re too late legal marketers), to Monster Energy Drinks' Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (“TTAB” ) claim that the Toronto Raptor's claw was confusing with their brand or the improper of use of the name of a gang of whiskey lovers, Peaky Blinder's, to sell liquor and beer in the U.S.  Notable Finnegan authors, who keep the NLR's readers both informed and entertained include Margaret A. EsquenetJessica L. Hannah,  Matthew Samet   Patrick J. Rodgers, and  Yinfei Wu.

 

 

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