Jeremy has led countless brand acquisitions, including some of the most iconic brands in the world. Once acquired, Jeremy helps his clients manage robust licensing and enforcement programs; he is particularly adept at assisting companies acquire and rejuvenate distressed brands. As part of that practice, Jeremy performs searches and helps his clients “quiet” title and obtain protection for new and emerging brands, including those in the banking and financial services, fashion and retail, entertainment, wine and spirits, online media, professional sports, pharmaceuticals, toys, and computer software industries.
Jeremy also represents clients in trademark, copyright, and patent trials in federal courts and administrative and § 337 ITC proceedings. As part of his venerable list of successes, Jeremy’s cases have paved the way and created new precedent spanning the gamut of trademark and copyright ownership and infringement, issues of privilege, and discovery.
He is often called upon by clients to create and enforce e-commerce and anti-piracy programs, and regularly counsels clients on branding issues related to the Internet. Jeremy similarly assists luxury goods and consumer products companies, particularly those in the entertainment and spirits industries, in enforcing their intellectual property rights through anti-counterfeiting measures.
Jeremy is recognized as an industry leader and “Rising Star” by numerous rankings and other publications, including Managing IP, IFLR, Super Lawyers, and Best Lawyers. World Trademark Review 1000 calls him an “[a]ll-round trademark specialist” who “employs fierce litigation chops when needed, and strategic vision and a commanding knowledge of trademark law on all occasions” (2023).
He is a member of the International Trademark Association (INTA) and an accomplished thought leader, particularly in the dynamic and emerging field of trade dress law. He serves as the new editor-in-chief of Thomson Reuters’ Trade Dress Protection treatise. Jeremy is also a sought-after speaker, and is often quoted in legal publications on trademark and copyright topics, including their application in the non-fungible token (NFT or NFTs) and metaverse landscape.