Lindsie Everett of McDonald Hopkins

Lindsie Everett of McDonald Hopkins

Lindsie is an associate in the firm’s Intellectual Property Department. She focuses her practice on all areas of intellectual property law with an emphasis on domestic and international trademarks, domain name enforcement and recovery matters, e-commerce and social media enforcement, copyrights, and information and emerging technology. Lindsie has significant experience with trademark selection, procurement, management, and enforcement. She also has experience assisting with all stages of transactional corporate law, emerging business services and corporate governance to mergers and acquisitions. Combining her intellectual property and corporate experience, Lindsie regularly assists clients in the development of business and branding strategies to maximize the value of a trademark portfolio.

Lindsie earned her J.D. and Intellectual Property Certificate from The University of Akron School of Law in 2016. She received a B.A. in Psychology from the University of Dayton in 2013. While attending law school, Lindsie participated in the United States Patent and Trademark Office’s Law School Clinic Certification program. The program allows students enrolled in select law schools to practice Intellectual Property Law before the Patent and Trademark Office.

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Rebranding or launching a new product in the CPG space? Don’t neglect intellectual property

The coronavirus pandemic has presented many challenges for those in the consumer packaged goods (CPG) space, and beyond. Supply chain disruptions, rapid migration of point-of-sale from brick-and-mortar outlets to online retail, and overall shifts in consumer preference, eating and cooking habits, and personal safety needs has required many CPG companies to reevaluate and reinvent their … Continue Reading
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