Thomas Hadid focuses primarily on global trademark portfolio and conflict management for major technology and consumer goods companies. Tom also has extensive experience advising start-ups in the technology sector. He combines his breadth of experience working with companies large and small to provide uniquely tailored, practical advice to clients of any size and in any industry.
Tom routinely advises on complex international trademark clearance, prosecution, and brand selection, worldwide filing programs, foreign and domestic disputes, online enforcement, general brand protection, and litigation matters. He is also adept at managing and resolving domestic enforcement issues, including both offensive and defensive disputes, proceedings before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB), as well as in federal court.
University of California, Hastings College of the Law, J.D., Concentration in Civil Litigation (2013)
University of Southern California at Los Angeles, B.A., Public Relations, Minor in Business (2009)
American Bar Association House of Delegates, Young Lawyer Delegate (California) (2015-2017)
Los Angeles LGBT Bar Association, Member
National LGBT Bar Association, Member
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