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Distinguished Trademark Attorney, Jennifer Fraser, Joins Dykema’s Washington, D.C., Office

July 24, 2015

Dykema, a leading national law firm, today announced the addition of Jennifer Fraser to its Intellectual Property Practice Group as a Member in the firm’s Washington, D.C., office. Prior to joining Dykema, she served as Co-Chair of Novak Druce Connolly Bove + Quigg LLP’s national trademark and copyright practice, working out of its Washington, D.C., office.

Fraser represents clients in matters involving trademark procurement and protection as well as trademark and copyright litigation. Her practice focuses on the selection, use and enforcement of trademarks, including managing global brand portfolios, litigating rights before courts and administrative tribunals such as Trademark Trial and Appeal Board, and resolving domain name and Internet-related IP disputes.

Fraser represents clients in many industries, including construction, machinery, pharmaceuticals, food and beverage, information technology, agriculture, consumer products, industrial chemicals defense and cybersecurity. She has significant trial experience and has prosecuted thousands of trademark applications. Fraser also counsels clients and renders corporate-related due diligence and licensing services.

She is a former Examining Attorney with the United States Patent and Trademark Office, has been recognized as a leading trademark practitioner in Washington, D.C., by World Trademark Review and has also been recognized as a Super Lawyer.

“We’re extremely pleased to add someone of Jennifer’s caliber and reputation to our Washington, D.C., office,” said Eric Fingerhut, Leader of Dykema’s Trademark Practice. “I’ve known Jennifer and admired her work for many years and I am thrilled she is joining our team. Her vast trademark experience and deep understanding of the businesses she serve fits right into Dykema’s model of outstanding client service. I have no doubt Jennifer will be an extremely valuable resource to the firm and its clients.”

Fraser received a J.D. from the Howard University School of Law, and a B.A., in History, as well as a minor in Justice Studies, from the University of New Hampshire.