Jennifer Itzkoff is an experienced intellectual property attorney who focuses her practice on trademark, IP transactions and patent litigation. Her specific areas of practice include:

Trademark selection, clearance, registration, policing and enforcement. Her trademark practice includes helping clients secure trademarks in the United States and overseas markets as well as the following:

Copyright registration and enforcement;
Anti-counterfeiting measures and strategy;
Unfair competition issues;
Trade secret misappropriation;
Internet law, including cybersquatting and UDRP disputes;
Dispute resolution and settlement negotiations in intellectual property infringement;
Developing terms for co-existence of brands in the marketplace; and
Litigation involving IP rights.

Jennifer is a lawyer in the Intellectual Property practice group in Womble Bond Dickinson’s Boston office. Experienced in representing clients in all aspects of the development, management, policing and enforcement of IP rights, she has experience on both transactional aspects of IP as well as litigation. Jennifer is experienced in patent infringement litigation, trademark development, prosecution and infringement, developing anti-counterfeiting strategies, commercial transactions and contracts, employment agreements, business torts and fraud claims, unfair and deceptive trade practices, and consumer disputes. Jennifer understands that clients’ needs are not restricted to U.S. soil and she maintains and impressive network of contacts abroad that can readily assist when clients’ legal issues cross into foreign borders. She helps clients navigate the challenges of international business and assists in developing strategies for securing intellectual property rights in many jurisdictions outside of the United States, including territories in Europe, Asia, and Latin America. Jennifer is passionate about her work and is currently working with the International Trademark Association’s anti-counterfeiting committee to brainstorm solutions to the problematic and rampant counterfeiting issues that threaten intellectual property rights holders. She also dedicates significant time and resources to pro bono work, helping those disenfranchised from obtaining legal resources to navigate the Massachusetts court system and obtain legal remedies.