Andy Weeks focuses his practice on domestic and worldwide brand management including trademark prosecution, clearance, counseling, and strategic management of global trademark portfolios. He helps clients determine the availability of trademarks, develop and implement appropriate trademark registration programs, manage domestic and international trademark portfolios, and monitor and enforce trademark rights both in the United States and abroad. Mr. Weeks also regularly assists clients with trademark licensing and the management of international contentious proceedings.
Mr. Weeks served as a judicial intern in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia. While attending law school, he was a member of the Managing Board, Editorial Board, and Articles Selection Committee of the Georgia Law Review. He was also a research assistant to Dean Peter B. Rutledge and a recipient of the ABA-Bloomberg BNA Award for Excellence in the Study of Intellectual Property Law.
Mr. Weeks is an accomplished artist with a national exhibition record including solo and group exhibitions.
Represents Energizer, the world famous manufacturer of batteries, in connection with its global trademark portfolio, including clearance, prosecution, and maintenance.
Represents Flowers Foods Inc., a leading producer of baked goods, and its subsidiaries in connection with its international trademark portfolio, including clearance, prosecution, maintenance, and contentious proceedings.
Represents a leading diversified media, cable, and telecommunications provider and its affiliates in connection with its global trademark portfolio, including clearance, prosecution, and maintenance.
Provides counsel to a global hotel brand in connection with international licensing matters.
University of Georgia School of Law J.D. (2016) summa cum laude, Order of the Coif, CALI Awards
Pratt Institute Master of Fine Arts (2007) with distinction
Atlanta College of Art Bachelor of Fine Arts (2000) magna cum laude
Georgia Lawyers for the Arts, Board of Directors
Atlanta IP Inn of Court, Pupil
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