Jan 9, 2013

Ajhar, Marsha

Ajhar, Marsha

Marsha’s practice covers multiple areas in the field of IP including trademark and copyright clearance and counseling, prosecution of domestic and international applications and maintenance of registrations, IP transfers and licensing, and litigation. She has represented a wide variety of clients in the litigation of intellectual property causes before numerous federal courts including trademark and copyright infringement claims, unfair competition and false advertising as well as appeals, opposition, and cancellation proceedings before the U.S. Trademark Trial and Appeal Board. Her experience extends to product branding, trademark clearance, IP-based transactions, portfolio management, and domain name disputes. She represents a variety of… Read more

Feb 7, 2018

Andrew, Laura Miller

Ms. Andrew advises clients in all major aspects of employee benefits including qualified and nonqualified plans, IRS and DOL compliance matters, merger and acquisition issues, executive compensation, and employment agreements. She also has an expertise in health care related matters, including health care reform legislation, compliance with HIPAA, and state health care laws. Ms. Andrew has written on many aspects of employee benefits and health care. Since the passage of health care reform legislation, Ms. Andrew has written articles including: Atlanta Journal-Constitution “Health Care Reform Forces Employers to ‘Play or Pay,’” Bloomberg Law Reports “Employers: Prepare Now for the Impact… Read more

Jan 3, 2022

Bennett, Catherine M.

Ms. Bennett is an experienced litigator who focuses on complex litigation matters, including class actions, securities, RICO, and state law matters. She has taught at Georgia State University Law School and was a member of the Central Staff of the Georgia Court of Appeals. Ms. Bennett earned her Juris Doctorate (J.D.) from the University of Georgia School of Law and her Bachelor of Arts, magna cum laude, from Furman University.

Feb 24, 2022

Blair, Jason P.

Mr. Blair handles a wide variety of intellectual property matters, with an emphasis on trademark, trade dress, and copyright issues. Prior to private practice, Mr. Blair was an examining attorney for the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO) for over a decade. His direct involvement in the prosecution and examination of over 15,000 trademark applications in the USPTO affords him an extraordinary depth of experience in the trademark registration process. In 2008, Mr. Blair was named the USPTO’s Special Marks Examiner for Sound and Motion Marks, and was instrumental in implementing agency policy standards and procedures for trademarks incorporating sound… Read more

Jan 2, 2020

Comanducci Danielle M.

In her corporate practice, Danielle Comanducci acts in an outside general counsel capacity and advises domestic and international clients on a multitude of corporate and financial matters, including mergers and acquisition, contracts, loan transactions, internal governance issues, not for profit tax exemption,  as well as a wide variety of regulatory compliance and administrative law matters. She also advises clients in connection with domestic and international intellectual property issues and represents clients in connection with domestic and international trademark and copyright matters, including registration, enforcement and licensing matters, commercial structuring of intellectual property rights, transactions in digital media and electronic distribution,… Read more

Jul 27, 2017

Croft, Amy

Ms. Croft focuses her practice on commercial litigation and insurance litigation, including bad faith litigation and agent/broker litigation. Ms. Croft received her J.D. from The Florida State  University College of Law in 1998, Cum Laude where she was a member of Phi Delta Phi, the legal honor society. While in law school, she also participated in a study abroad program at Oxford University, served as a teaching  assistant and earned a Book Award in Local Government Law. Ms. Croft earned her B.S. from The Florida State University in 1995. Ms. Croft was an adjunct and associate professor of lawyering process for over seven years. In such… Read more

Mar 22, 2019

Dokko, Theodore

Mr. Dokko’s practice involves representing employers in all aspects of labor and employment litigation, including discrimination, harassment, wrongful termination, retaliation, breach of contract, and wage and hour violations in individual plaintiff matters as well as in class and representative actions. Mr. Dokko has handled numerous cases in both federal and state court, through trial and in the appellate courts throughout California. Mr. Dokko has also served as employment general counsel, providing advice and counsel to clients on a variety of employment practices including posting requirements, sexual harassment training, meal and rest breaks requirements, and the classification of employees as exempt… Read more

Jan 2, 2020

Friedman, Michael

Michael Friedman’s practice focuses on corporate, mergers and acquisitions, venture capital, project finance, real estate, and transnational transactions. As general counsel to his clients, Mr. Friedman brings a creative approach to solving corporate and business problems and specializes in complex domestic and international corporate, commercial and real estate transactions and representation of domestic and foreign high net worth individuals and their business ventures in the U.S. and abroad. Mr. Friedman is also an active commercial arbitrator and is a member of the American Arbitration Association’s Roster of Commercial Arbitrators. He has acted as sole arbitrator and as chairman and/or member… Read more

Jan 2, 2020

Goldstein, Daniel S.

Mr. Goldstein’s practice focuses on commercial litigation and employment law. He regularly handles cases before state and federal courts, appellate courts, arbitration forums and administrative agencies. He has significant experience litigating complex commercial disputes, and has handled multi-state and cross-border litigations in various jurisdictions including Delaware, California, Florida, Washington D.C., the Netherlands, Cayman Islands, British Virgin Islands, and Israel. Mr. Goldstein’s labor and employment practice includes handling litigations over employment contract disputes, claims of wrongful termination, class actions under wage and hour laws, discrimination, and disputes over trade secrets and restrictive covenants. Mr. Goldstein also maintains a diverse commercial litigation… Read more