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Amanda focuses her practice on all aspects of intellectual property, helping to protect the trademarks and other IP rights of her clients.  She also negotiates and prepares agreements for settlements, licenses, assignments, joint ventures, non-solicitations, confidentiality and non-disclosures, software licenses and support, as well as agreements for IT projects, website terms and conditions, and trademark consent and co-existence arrangements.

Amanda manages the IP components relating to mergers and acquisitions, including the negotiation of intellectual property purchases and licenses, technology transfer, transactional due diligence, post-closing design and support services.

On March 4, 2019, the U.S. Supreme Court resolved a long-standing split among the circuits, making it impossible to sue for copyright infringement if the copyright is not registered. The Supreme Court held that a copyright claimant may not commence an infringement suit until “registration has been made,” and clarified that “registration has been made”