Learn about the unique trademark issues involved in craft beer.
Julie C. Jennings — Counsel, Senniger Powers LLP
Ms. Jennings's practice is focused on the areas of trademark, intellectual property agreements, and copyright. Her trademark practice encompasses all aspects of domestic and international trademark law, including preparation and prosecution of applications in the United States Patent and Trademark Office. She also advises on international portfolio management, and she handles trademark oppositions and cancellations, infringement matters and domain name disputes.
Her practice also focuses on the preparation of a wide variety of agreements related to intellectual property. These include patent, trademark, and copyright license agreements, confidentiality agreements, joint development agreements, software license agreements, and coexistence agreements, all covering numerous diverse technologies.
Ms. Jennings's practice also encompasses copyright law, including preparation of copyright applications and counseling regarding all aspects of copyright protection and enforcement.
Ms. Jennings is active in the International Trademark Association, and currently serves as co-chair of the Social Media Project Team on the Young Practitioners Committee. She is past Chair of the Programming Subcommittee for the ADR Committee. She is a trained mediator qualified to mediate disputes. She is also active on the Steering Committee for the Patent, Trademark & Copyright Section of the Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis, as well as the Elections Committee for the Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis. She is a member of the American Bar Association (Intellectual Property Section) and the Missouri Bar Association.
Ms. Jennings received her Bachelor of Arts in English from The University of Memphis in 1997, where she graduated summa cum laude and received the Outstanding Scholarship Award from the Department of English. She earned her Juris Doctorate from Washington University in St. Louis in 2000 under the Scholars in Law Scholarship, and she served as Managing Editor of the Washington University Law Quarterly.
Lindsay Cohen Schneider — Counsel, Bryan Cave LLP
Lindsay Cohen Schneider is Counsel at the global law firm of Bryan Cave LLP, and has represented a diverse range of clients during her 15 year career as a trademark and corporate lawyer.
Lindsay focuses her practice on trademark law, including all aspects of the development and protection of brands in many different industries, including food and beverages, motion picture equipment, retail and on-line service providers, healthcare, fashion, and many other products and services. Lindsay counsels clients on the selection, use, and registration of trademarks in the U.S. and around the world. Lindsay devotes most of her efforts to the prosecution, licensing, and enforcement of trademarks. Her practice also involves copyright protection, due diligence for corporate transactional matters, domain name and social media matters, and intellectual property litigation.
Lindsay is active in the International Trademark Association, where she currently serves on the Government Officials Training Committee. She is a Past Chair of the Patent, Trademark, and Copyright section of the Missouri Bar Association, Past Chair of the Women in the Legal Profession Section of BAMSL, and has taught trademark law as an Adjunct Professor of Law at Washington University School of Law.
Lindsay is a proud Mizzou alum who graduated from the University of Missouri School of Law, Order of the Coif, and graduated Summa Cum Laude earning her Bachelors of Science in Business Administration, with emphasis in Marketing.
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