Verna Law, P.C. is a law firm located in the lower Hudson Valley with a unique focus on Intellectual Property: Trademarks, Patents, Copyrights, Advertising, and Media Law.
Our Team has over 40 years Combined Experience
Your Business Is Our Priority
Trademark Law is all about protecting the brands that any business creates. These brands can be the business name, a product name, product lines, advertising slogans, taglines, colors, packaging, and even sounds.
If your business is not protecting any of these aspects of its business, then your business is leaving value not counted for and not calculated.
Let the team at Verna Law help you protect your trademarks from applications to licenses to litigation.
Trademark Law in the Hudson Valley
We offer cost-effective trademark applications with a comprehensive search to give you the proper advice. Learn More
Our team has over 40 years of combined experience in litigation. Anthony Verna, Managing Partner of Verna Law, P.C., is admitted to the Northern District of New York, to represent you in federal trademark matters. Learn More
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Video Blog: Super Bowl Time! Here are some trademark facts from a lawyer who has fought the NFL several times in court over trademark matters.
It's a fun Super Bowl weekend! So this video blog talks about trademarks for the Super Bowl, the NFL, and teams. Enjoy!
Video Blog: Lizzo tries to register 100% That Bitch as a trademark – denied at first, allowed in the end. Why?
The Patent and Trademark Office of the United States refused to register a Lizzo trademark application for "100% That Bitch" in apparel. The reason why is because a phrase/trademark has to function as a trademark. Taking a T-shirt and puting a phrase on top of it - we...
Video Blog: Thoughts on the OkGo-Post Trademark Infrignement Lawsuit
Let's talk a little bit about the Post cereal lawsuit against OkGo. I think there's been a lot of confusion about that. So I figured even though I'm on the road, let's chat post filed a lawsuit against the band. Okay go. Why Post wants to file a trademark called OkGo...