Jonathan Hudis helps clients of all sizes establish and grow trademark and copyright portfolios, design and implement procedures to protect their intellectual capital, resolve foreign and domestic disputes, preserve trade secrets, and formulate company-wide IP strategies and policies. He counsels clients in copyright, trademark, trade secrets, and unfair competition matters, as well as related matters pertaining to the Internet. He prosecutes and litigates a full range of these matters before the federal courts, the Register of Copyrights, and the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB) of the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).
Well-versed in trademark prosecution and registered copyright protection matters, Mr. Hudis formerly served as an adjunct professor of trademark and unfair competition law at the George Mason University School of Law.
Mr. Hudis is particularly knowledgeable about Internet-related challenges and is a member of several arbitration panels in the areas of Internet domain names and trademarks. These roles include serving as a Domain Name Panelist for the World Intellectual Property Organization’s Arbitration and Mediation Center and a Qualified Domain Name Dispute Resolution Panelist for the National Arbitration Forum.