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Roxana Sullivan

Attorney at Law

Roxana Sullivan has broad experience representing companies in various areas of Intellectual Property law around the world. She provides strategic solutions for establishing, protecting, enforcing, and optimizing client's trademarks, copyrights, domain names, and other IP assets. In particular, Roxana assists clients with conducting clearance searches, providing opinions regarding the registration and use of trademarks, preparing trademark applications, and engaging in the protection of IP rights through opposition and cancellation proceedings.

She has also helped clients resolve domain name disputes under the Uniform Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP). Sullivan assists clients with IP related agreements to successfully protect their interests in new business ventures, licensing deals, or settlements. Sullivan has served as counsel for small and mid-size businesses, as well as Fortune 500 and multinational companies in a variety of industries.

Roxana Sullivan speaks English, Spanish, Romanian and has been active in the field of IP since 2009.

Area of expertise: Computer Science, Trademarks, Domains, Designs, Copyrights

Qualifications & Authorizations

  • Juris Doctor  (U.S. Degree in Law) 
  • B.A. in English Literature and Spanish

Awards & memberships

American Intellectual Property Law (AIPLA) 

  • Chair Trademark Boot Camp
  • Member IP Practice in Europe Committee
  • Member Special Committee on Publications
  • Content & Branding committees member

Intellectual Property Law Association of Chicago (IPLAC)

  • Trademark Committee Vice-Chair 2015

Selected publications

  • Non-Traditional Trademarks Around the World, Co-Presenter ABA Landslide Webinar Series, 2016
  • Understanding Non-Traditional Trademark Protection Through the Lens of the United States Patent and Trademark Office, Intellectual Asset Management Magazine Yearbook 2015
  • With New Media Comes New Risk: Video Games Shift Right of Publicity Case Law, AIPLA Spring Meeting 2015, co-writer 

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