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Tamar Duvdevani

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Position

Partner; New York Chair, Intellectual Property and Technology

Career

Tamar Duvdevani, the NY Chair of the Intellectual Property and Technology group, has broad experience with matters involving trademarks and trade dress, copyrights, right of publicity, false advertising, patent and digital media issues, as well as other commercial litigation matters such as complex contract disputes and arbitrations.

Tamar regularly provides guidance to fashion retailers, media and consumer products companies on a variety of intellectual property and other legal issues important to their industries. She is an experienced intellectual property litigator that represents marquee brands in federal court and has successfully argued her cases before the Second Circuit and district courts throughout the country. In addition, Tamar works with global companies on strategic rebranding initiatives and trademark, copyright and right of publicity licensing issues.

Tamar is a member of DLA Piper's Fashion, Retail and Design group and Global Media, Sport and Entertainment group. She was named a 2014-2015 Global Fellow of the Federal Circuit Bar Association and was accepted into The UC Hastings Leadership Academy for Women, which she attended in 2015.

Education

JD, Fordham University School of Law; BA, Cornell University


United States: Intellectual property

Trademarks: litigation

Within: Trademarks: litigation

The ‘outstanding’ practice at DLA Piper LLP (US) covers a broad range of sectors, including technology and consumer goods, and has seen an increase in media and entertainment clients following its merger with Liner LLP. San Francisco-based group head Gina Durham as well as Frank Ryan and Tamar Duvdevani in New York have been acting for Nike in an infringement suit brought by Why Not Apparel regarding certain Nike products. Duvdevani has also been representing the estate of Marilyn Monroe in an infringement claim under the Lanham Act brought against a merchandiser. The practice includes Ann Ford, who is co-head of the wider IP and technology department.

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