Posts by Christina Frangiosa
In a landmark ruling, the Supreme Court finally unequivocally answered the question about whether copyright owners need to receive a Registration Certificate from the Copyright Office before …
focuses her combined litigation and transactional practice on intellectual property and technology law, counseling clients in various industries from software and website development and entertainment companies to manufacturers and retail establishments about copyright and trademarks, counterfeiting, infringement, unfair competition, false advertising, trade secrets, licensing and policy development. Active in the legal community, Frangiosa has served in leadership roles with the American Bar Association Section of Intellectual Property Law, provided legal commentary and articles in the media, led CLE sessions and publishes the Privacy and IP Law Blog.
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