Heather Angelina Dunn

Heather Angelina Dunn concentrates her practice on domestic and international trademark prosecution and counseling, and enforcement programs, advertising and promotions, intellectual property and art law counseling.

Recently, Heather has counseled clients concerning selection and registrability of trademarks, domestically and abroad; prosecuted trademark applications; counseled and negotiated on trademark infringement matters, domain name disputes, and trade dress matters; represented clients in Trademark Trial and Appeal Board proceedings; and developed and managed large-scale global trademark enforcement programs. Heather has also recently led the intellectual property diligence for Fortune 500 and startup companies, including in high profile mergers and acquisitions, and has advised clients and negotiated for them in brand license agreements. She also counsels clients regularly regarding compliance issues for sweepstakes and promotions, commercial-charitable coventures, and advertising campaigns including in the social media space.

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Areas of Practice 1) Intellectual Property and Technology, 2) Trademark and Copyright, 3) Media, 4) Sport and 5) Gaming and Entertainment
Law School J.D., University of San Francisco
Admitted Year 1992
Education B.F.A., Rhode Island School of Design
Bar Member / Association California State Bar Association
Most recent firm DLA Piper
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