Thank you This live web event has ended. Thank you for attending. Contributors Pina Campagna Pina Campagna was named partner in 2015 and has been with the firm since 2005. Her practice encompasses both patent and trademark IP protection for U.S. and international business clients. Ms. Campagna’s patent practice centers on conducting freedom-to-operate searches and analysis, patentability studies, due diligence studies, and all aspects of patent preparation and prosecution. Her trademark practice includes conducting clearance searching and analysis; providing opinions regarding the registration and use of trademarks; preparation and prosecution of trademark applications; oppositions; and cancellations.Ms. Campagna followed her passion for science by attending Hofstra University where she earned a B.S. in biochemistry. She began her career as a research biochemist for Estée Lauder, conducting skin research. During her tenure with the company, Ms. Campagna leveraged her scientific expertise by taking on the role of patent consultant. She quickly perceived the opportunities available in patent law and attended Albany Law School of Union University where she earned her J.D. Over the years, Ms. Campagna has been instrumental in developing the firm’s trademark practice. Lauren Emerson Lauren Emerson helps clients establish, protect, maintain, and enforce intellectual property rights. Her practice focuses primarily on issues related to copyright, trademark, trade dress and unfair competition. Lauren has experience working with clients, ranging from start-ups and small businesses to Fortune 500 companies. She has had the pleasure of working with clients in a diverse array of industries, including apparel, software, electronics, telecom, energy, toys, food and beverage, finance, and credit card services.Lauren develops and executes strategies for protecting brands around the world. Her practice includes all aspects of trademark searching and clearance, as well as the prosecution of trademark and copyright applications through to registration. Lauren has experience protecting both traditional and non-traditional marks, including sound marks, scent marks and retail store trade dress. She counsels clients regarding foreign trademark matters, including cross-border opposition and cancellation proceedings. In particular, she has significant experience enforcing intellectual property rights in China. Lauren also advises clients regarding licensing and other commercial agreements. Garfield Goodrum Garfield has over 20 years’ experience in IP, working with internationally known brands and designs. Garfield has cleared and prosecuted registrations for hundreds of trademarks and copyright-protected works, and litigated numerous design, copyright and trademark infringement and inter partes matters. In 2009, Garfield won a $774,000 jury verdict for willful design copyright infringement in U.S. federal court. Garfield is chair of the Industrial Design Committee of AIPLA – the American Intellectual Property Law Association, a member of INTA – the International Trademark Association and the Copyright Society of the U.S. Garfield speaks regularly in the U.S. and abroad on design protection. His LL.M. thesis (in progress) at the George Washington University Law School is an international comparative study of design protection with copyright and sui generis legislation.