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Verna Law P.C., 80 Theodore Fremd Dr., Rye, NY 10580

45 N. Broad St., Ridgewood, NJ 07540

914-908-6757 anthony@vernalaw.com

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Welcome to Verna Law, P.C., from Anthony M. Verna III.  Located in the shadow of New York City, Verna Law provides services in trademark, copyright and advertising law for its clients.  While registration, protection, defense, and prosecution of trademarks, copyrights and other intellectual property are essential parts of any legitimate business, they must also be part of a comprehensive strategy that will enable steady, unfettered growth. With a strong focus on trademark, copyright, entertainment, and advertising law, Anthony M. Verna provides intellectual property counseling and services for clients globally.
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Trademark Monitoring at Verna Law

What is your intellectual property plan for 2017? If your plan does not include trademark monitoring, then your plan is lacking. What is trademark monitoring? It's discovering what trademarks that are filed that are similar to your trademarks. It's discovering what...

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Food Labeling Law Issues

Food labeling law seems as if it is an uncontroversial area of law.  However, many aspects of food law - especially the labels - are misunderstood. Perhaps no other category of consumer products has more direct and sustained implications for consumers than “foods,”...

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Verna Law, P.C. visited Toy Fair 2017

Verna Law at Toy Fair 2017 As usual, Verna Law, P.C. had a presence at the 2017 edition of the Toy Fair in New York City, the world’s largest exhibition in the toy industry. This year was Anthony Verna’s 7th Toy Fair and Wil Jacques’ first Toy Fair. Yes, there was...

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The Law & Business Podcast, hosted by Anthony M. Verna III. Hear discussions with leading experts on the many ways Copyright, Trademark and Intellectual Property impacts business every day. How do you protect your brand? What happens you’ve been accused of infringing on the trademark of a big company? How can a co-existence agreement help your business grow faster? Learn this and more.