Joy J. Wildes is counsel in the Intellectual Property Practice Group of Davis & Gilbert. She represents advertising agencies, companies and individuals in connection with trademark, advertising, copyright, domain name and corporate intellectual property matters.
Ms. Wildes’ practice encompasses all aspects of domestic and international trademark including clearance, registration, policing and enforcement and due diligence analysis. She counsels clients on issues surrounding selection, registration and protection of trademarks, names, slogans and domain names. Ms. Wildes also has experience in intellectual property disputes, infringement litigation in federal courts and opposition and cancellation proceedings before the Trademark Trial & Appeal Board. Her recent work includes U.S. and international trademark licensing and distribution agreements for clothing distributors, as well as personal care and sports products, and she also handles trademark clearance for one of the major professional sports league associations.
In addition, Ms. Wildes regularly reviews advertising, marketing and other communications materials for trademark, copyright, rights of publicity and privacy, and other claims issues. She negotiates and drafts a variety of agreements including trademark license agreements, agency-client contracts and conflict settlement agreements. Mrs. Wildes can be reached at +1 212.468.4974.
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