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IP Law Update September 2014: Volume 3, Issue 3

We hope everyone had a pleasant summer … now it’s back to work! In this issue, we address: a discussion of the special privacy and information security issues related to mobile apps; A discussion of the new Canadian anti-spam law and its implications for US companies; background on the meaning to you of a trademark dispute involving soccer superstar Cristiano Ronaldo; a USPTO temporary pilot program allowing expedited processing of patent applications; and, some elaboration on the implications of the US Supreme Court’s recent copyright law decision in the Aereo case

Expansion at FisherBroyles New York Office Continues; Adds Legal Experts in Employment, Commercial Real Estate and Corporate Law

NEW YORK AND ATLANTA, September 17, 2014 – FisherBroyles LLP (FisherBroyles) grows its New York office with the addition of former Viacom executive Joseph M. Saburn, energy executive Matthew T. Stanger and veteran business counsel Jay L. Silverberg as partners.

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Davidow-Jennifer

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Practice Areas:

  • Appellate
  • Litigation

Bar Admissions:

  • Texas
  • U.S. 5th Circuit Court of Appeals
  • U.S. Supreme Court
  • U.S. District Court
  • All Texas Districts
  • District of Colorado

Education:

  • Univ. of Texas School of Law  –   J.D., with honors, 2000
  • Editor-in-Chief, Texas Journal of Women and the Law, 1999-2000
  •  Rice University
  • B.A., Cum Laude, 1997

Large Law Firm Experience:

  • Vinson & Elkins LLP

 

Jennifer H. Davidow 

Jennifer concentrates her practice on appellate and trial-level litigation.  Her cases involve business transactions, contracts, products liability, health care, legal malpractice, oil and gas, and a host of other topics.  With expertise in procedural and jurisdictional issues, Jennifer frequently represents global energy companies sued in the United States.  She also assists clients with international discovery requests and other matters peculiar to transnational litigation.

Companies also turn to Jennifer for advice in strategizing their non-US operations so as to reduce the risk of having to defend a lawsuit in the United States.  She has counseled those businesses on, for example, where and how executives of the company should be employed, best practices for doing business with US residents, and including appropriate disclaimer language on Web sites. Jennifer has advised businesses with operations in Africa, Asia, Australia, and Europe.

Jennifer has represented clients across the country, in the U.S. Supreme Court, federal courts of appeals, and many federal district courts.  In her home state, she practices extensively in the Texas trial and appellate courts and has significant experience in the Texas Supreme Court.

After spending her career at Vinson & Elkins in Houston, Jennifer joined FisherBroyles in 2013.

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