New York, NY – Jeffrey Jacobson has been appointed to the New York City Bar’s Trademarks & Unfair Competition Committee, one of the most respected legal committees in the intellectual
Jacobson’s new role will involve delving into the complexities of trademark law, contributing to discussions on current issues, and shaping the future of trademark practice through collaborative efforts with fellow committee members. The Committee is renowned for addressing cutting-edge topics such as trends in keyword advertising, the establishment of color marks, and the intricacies of top-level domain name registration.
Jacobson’s extensive background in intellectual property law, coupled with his commitment to professional service, makes him a valuable addition to the Committee. He brings to the table over four decades of experience, notably his ongoing contributions to the Communications and Media Law Committee, as well as the Entertainment Law Committee of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York.
His dedication to mentoring the next generation of attorneys is reflected in his founding of the Urban Intellectual Property Seminars, aligned with the Young Lawyers Division of the American
Bar Association. Jacobson’s academic endeavors include teaching at Hunter College, CUNY, and his previous roles at Ramapo College of New Jersey and Five Towns College in Dix Hills, where
he shared his knowledge on Copyrights, Music Business Contracts, Publishing, Advanced Music Business, and The Business of Music.
Jacobson has also significantly contributed as a Trustee, member of the Executive Committee, and co-chair of the first web committee for the Copyright Society of the USA, and continues to offer his expertise on the CLE faculty and the N2K Task Force. His chairmanship in the Intellectual Property Law section of the American Bar Association and his authoritative reports on vital copyright issues underscore his expertise and dedication to the field.
As a previous member of the Trademark & Unfair Competition Committee and Copyright and Literary Property Law Committee, Jacobson’s reappointment is a testament to his stature in the legal community and his comprehensive understanding of intellectual property challenges and
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