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Bruce R. Ewing

Bruce R. Ewing

Dorsey & Whitney LLP

New York, NY, USA


Bruce is the head of the Trial Department in the New York office and Co-Chair of the Firm’s Intellectual Property Litigation Practice Group. His principal area of focus is in the litigation of intellectual property disputes, primarily in the fields of trademarks and copyrights. He has represented numerous companies, both large and small, in the prosecution and defense of claims for trademark and trade dress infringement, trademark counterfeiting, trademark dilution, cybersquatting, copyright infringement and false advertising.

Bruce also focuses on commercial disputes involving intellectual property, with a particular focus on licensing matters. Bruce has represented numerous suppliers and manufacturers of apparel, accessories, jewelry and related items, as well as theatrical producers, publishers and entertainment figures, in commercial cases involving claims for breach of contract, fraud, tortious interference and related causes of action.

Other experience includes counseling regarding various intellectual property matters, the prosecution of applications for trademark and copyright registration, licensing matters, the preparation of rules for contests and sweepstakes, and a broad range of general commercial and contract litigation.

Honors

Named one of “America’s Leading Business Lawyers” by Chambers USA (Intellectual Property: Trademark & Copyright), 2010-2017

Recognized as a Leading Practitioner in World Trademark Review 1000 – The World’s Leading Trademark Professionals, 2013-2017

Listed in Best Lawyers in America©, 2005-2017

Listed in New York Super Lawyers, 2006-2017

Education

Columbia Law School (J.D., 1992)

Brown University (B.A., 1988)

Bruce R. Ewing is associated with the following items:
CHB Chapters  CHB Chapters Drafting for Litigation: Six Common Legal Issues That Can Complicate a Licensing Relationship - Understanding the Intellectual Property License 2016, Monday, November 07, 2016
Drafting for Litigation: Six Common Legal Issues That Can Complicate a Licensing Relationship - Understanding the Intellectual Property License 2017, Thursday, November 02, 2017
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