Jacqueline Brousseau focuses her practice on trademark, copyright, trade dress, trade secret, and unfair competition matters, with an emphasis on brand protection strategy, enforcement of intellectual property rights, and litigation. She has actively participated in all phases of litigation, including discovery, motion practice, settlement negotiations, mediation, trial preparation, and trial. She has experience representing clients before several U.S. District Courts and the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB). She also has deep experience in pursuing anti-counterfeiting litigation, and has conducted counterfeiting seizures and investigations.
Jacqueline additionally has experience managing domestic and international trademark portfolios, including trademark clearance, procurement, prosecution, and enforcement. She represents and advises clients across a wide range of industries, including e-commerce, restaurant and hospitality, entertainment, fashion and retail, consumer products, travel and transportation, gaming, hotels, video games, financial services, software, and technology.
Jacqueline further helps clients address growing threats to intellectual property on the Internet, including domain name disputes, UDRP complaints, and take downs of infringing content on e-commerce and social media platforms.
- Trademark and copyright litigation
- Brand protection strategy
- Enforcement of intellectual property rights
- Anti-counterfeiting policing, strategy, and litigation
- Trademarks portfolio and brand management
- Evaluating strength, availability, and enforceability of new brand names
- Copyright registration and protection strategy
- Removing infringing goods from online marketplaces
- Domain name dispute resolution (UDRP) proceedings
- Trademark opposition and cancellation proceedings