Insights: News Releases Kilpatrick Townsend’s Stephen Feingold Featured Speaker at Strafford Publications Webinar
NEW YORK (March 30) -- Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today that Partner Stephen Feingold will serve as a featured speaker at a live webinar presented by Strafford Publications. The webinar, which will be held Tuesday, March 31, is titled, “Trademark Dilution: Proving and Defending Against Dilution Claims, Leveraging Recent Court Guidance.”
Mr. Feingold will join other industry leaders to discuss what dilution is and what it is not. The panel will also discuss how to prove and hot to defend against dilution claims. The panel will examine recent dilution cases and court rulings and will offer best practiced for the do’s and don’ts of dilution litigation.
For more information on the webinar, please click here.
Mr. Feingold focuses his practice on trademark, copyright, advertising and Internet law. Trained as a litigator, Mr. Feingold currently divides his time between litigation and transactional projects advising clients with their most complicated trademark, copyright and Internet issues. On the litigation front, Mr. Feingold has extensive knowledge in the area of trademark fair use and argued before the Third Circuit Court of Appeals in the case leading to that Circuit's first definitive ruling on the standards for establishing the fair use defense. Mr. Feingold's transactional practice is similarly involved with many emerging issues. He is currently advising several clients with respect to the implementation of social networks and the integration of other new media into their business plans.
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