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Bryan Wolin focuses his practice on advertising, copyright, and trademark law. His experience in advertising law includes advertising disputes before the National Advertising Division (NAD), litigation of advertising claims in federal courts nationwide, and advising clients on compliance with the NAD, FDA, FTC, and other applicable standards and guidelines. He has also litigated trademark disputes in federal courts around the country. As a dispute resolution professional, Bryan has training and experience in litigation, negotiation, and mediation.

Bryan’s experience spans many market sectors, from pharmaceutical and health products to consumer electronics, consumer insurance, and more. He regularly counsels clients on advertising claim substantiation, compliance with industry-specific rules and regulations, and performs risk-analysis relating to potential advertising disputes and their possible outcomes. Bryan also has litigation experience involving trade secrets, trade dress infringement, non-competes, confidentiality agreements, fee advancement and indemnification, and legal malpractice defense.

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Experience

Represented the plaintiff in a trademark dispute concerning counterfeit consumer products.

Represented the defendant in a trademark dispute concerning the business name for a national chain of flooring stores.

Represented the plaintiff in a trademark and false advertising dispute concerning competing health and wellness programs.

Represented the plaintiff in a trademark and false advertising dispute concerning consumer electronics insurance.

Represented the plaintiff in a false advertising dispute concerning consumer battery products.

*Represented the challenger in an NAD self-regulatory action concerning advertising claims regarding a competitor’s contact lens solution product.

*Represented the challenger in an NAD self-regulatory action concerning advertising claims regarding a competitor’s athlete’s foot product.

*Represented the challenger in an NAD self-regulatory action concerning advertising claims regarding a competitor’s lice treatment product.

*Represented the challenger in an NAD self-regulatory action concerning advertising claims regarding a competitor’s dog flea treatment product.

*Represented a Silicon Valley tech startup in federal court litigation involving misappropriation of trade secrets and other information.

*Represented former corporate officers and directors in federal court litigation involving misappropriation of confidential information.

*Represented foreign corporation in federal court litigation involving trade dress protection for carnival rides.

*Experience gained by attorney prior to joining Kilpatrick Townsend

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Education

Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law J.D. (2012) Certificate in Dispute Resolution

Cornell University B.S. (2008) Science Communication, cum laude

Professional & Community Activities

American Bar Association, Member

New York City Bar Association, Member

New York State Bar Association, Intellectual Property Section, Advertising Law Committee, Member

New York Peace Institute, Volunteer Mediator

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