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Jason Nardiello is an unfair competition attorney who solves clients’ legal problems in the trademark, copyright, trade secret and false advertising disciplines. He is a member of the firm’s Intellectual Property and Trademark, Copyright & Advertising Law practice groups.
Through his experience acquired as an intellectual property litigator and handling litigation-centered IP transactions, Mr. Nardiello helps clients compete in the marketplace by designing policies to keep his clients out of litigation when possible but vigorously defending their interests if a matter proceeds to court.
Mr. Nardiello works with clients in many industries where he concentrates on defending them against anti-competitive tactics and helping them assert claims for unfair competition, and trademark and copyright infringement. He also advances their interests through comprehensive intellectual property strategies which include the design and maintenance of U.S. and international intellectual property portfolios (trademark, copyright, and patent) and licensing arrangements in order to build, protect, and extend clients’ competitive advantages.
Some of the industries where he has served clients include luxury consumer goods, apparel and fashion, music and film, software, consumer electronics, food and agriculture, tobacco, biotech, aerospace and automotive industries.
Mr. Nardiello has substantial experience and success in litigation. He has first-chaired trials and conducted dozens of depositions over his career in several areas of law ranging from intellectual property to commercial law to white collar criminal law. He regularly appears in Federal Court on intellectual property matters.
Mr. Nardiello has significant experience representing clients in complex Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB) opposition proceedings, as well as the prosecution of trademark applications before the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
In all of these capacities, he has helped clients assess the risks and benefits of an approach to meet their unique needs and consistently provides creative, well-reasoned counsel.
Mr. Nardiello previously formed an independent law practice, where he counseled clients in a broad spectrum of industries, including those in the entertainment industry, involving trademark, copyright, and contractual concerns.
He is also frequently invited to speak at prominent events concerning brand protection, trademarks, advertising, and copyright law.
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