Drey Cooley is a St. Louis, Missouri trademark lawyer representing businesses and individuals with respect to trademark and other intellectual property issues, both inside and outside of the courtroom. While Drey actively represents businesses involved in existing trademark litigation and disputes in state and federal courts, and in front of the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB), he also represents clients registering, renewing and maintaining their trademark portfolios in front of the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).
Litigation and Trial Work:
- Trademark Infringement Litigation in State and Federal Courts (e.g., Lanham Act litigation)
- Unfair Competition Litigation in State and Federal Courts
- Trademark Opposition Proceedings (e.g., likelihood of confusion disputes)
- Trademark Cancellation Proceedings and Litigation
- Domain Name and Cybersquatting Dispute Resolution, Arbitration and Litigation (e.g., ICANN’s Uniform Domain-Name Dispute-Resolution Policy (UDRP) matters in front of WIPO and the National Arbitration Forum)
- De Novo Appeals of Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB) decisions
- Issuing and Responding to Trademark Infringement Cease and Desist Letters
- Right of Publicity and False Advertising Litigation
Federal and State Registration and Maintenance of Trademarks:
- Application and Registration of Trademarks
- Trademark Renewals (Declaration of Use and/or Excusable Nonuse) and Declarations of Incontestability (e.g., Lanham Act Section 8, 9, and 15 renewals/declarations)
- Amendment of Trademark Registration Certificates (e.g., Lanham Act Section 7 amendments)
- Appeals of Adverse Trademark Examiner Decisions to the TTAB
- Responding to United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) Examiner Office Actions
- Intellectual Property Consultation and Branding Strategy
Contact Drey Cooley today to discuss your trademark dispute or registration issues by filling out the form below. Or you may call him directly at 314-505-5486. He endeavors to respond to all inquiries within 24 hours.
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