Barry L. Cohen of Royer Cooper Cohen Braunfeld LLC

Barry L. Cohen of Royer Cooper Cohen Braunfeld LLC

I EMPOWERED AMBITION WHEN I REPRESENTED A GROUP OF ADULTS WITH DISABILITIES WHO WERE BEING DISCRIMINATED AGAINST BY THEIR COMMUNITY AND COULD NOT SPEAK FOR THEIR RIGHTS.

We were successful in our federal lawsuit in allowing them to secure proper housing in the neighborhood of their choice, despite objections from local officials.

MY PRACTICE AREAS ARE:

Litigation
Intellectual Property Litigation
Commercial Litigation
Employment
International

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U.S. Supreme Court – Willfulness Is Not a Prerequisite for a Profit Award for Trademark Infringement

In its unanimous April 23, 2020 opinion in Romag Fasteners v. Fossil, Inc., the Supreme Court made clear once and for all that a successful trademark plaintiff is not required to establish that the defendant’s infringement was willful to be entitled to an award of the infringer’s profits. In other words, profits may be disgorged … Continue Reading
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