Preserving Royalty Rights In a Treasured Icon
Winnie-the-Pooh Goes to Court
Fross Zelnick succeeds after three years of court challenges at every level, including the U.S....
Expanding a Prestigious Brand Into New Territory
Tiffany Sparkles in Russia
As Tiffany expanded into Russia during the last several years, it sought measures to further...
Restoring U.S. Copyright Protection for Iconic Doll
The "Good Luck Troll" Trounces Knock-Offs
Fross Zelnick helps the "Good Luck Troll" creators to restore copyright protection in the U.S. and...
Extending a Trademark's Boundaries
Tarzan's Yell Resounds
Fross Zelnick has crafted innovative strategies to protect clients' most valuable intellectual...
Uniting Global Brands for the Cause
Fross Zelnick joins the (PRODUCT) RED Revolution
Launching of one of the most ambitious global cross-branding and licensing programs ever undertaken.

Recognition & Rankings

Fross Zelnick Receives Top Recognition in 2015 Who's Who Legal 100

Who's Who Legal 100 2015 listed the Firm in the top three Intellectual Property firms worldwide and the top U.S. firm. The publication pays special tribute to seven Fross Zelnick attorneys including, "exceptional litigator" David Donahue; "legend" Roger Zissu; "incredibly gifted" Ronald Lehrman; "superb" Craig Mende; "real authority" Mark Engelmann; "prominent figure" Stephen Bigger; and the "outstanding" Lydia Gobena.


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Praising FZLZ as “the total package,” the publication goes on to say, “Clients turn to Fross Zelnick professionals when the stakes are high.” Named for their “expert services” are Carlos Cucurella, Mark Engelmann, David Donahue and Roger Zissu. Visit Site >>
James Weinberger examines best practices for managing trademark litigation matters in “Managing Infringement: Making the Case for Vigilance." Read More
This article appeared in the 2015 edition of The International Comparative Guide to: Trade Marks; published by Global Legal Group Ltd, London. The chapter provides an overview of United States law concerning trademark subsistence, ownership, and enforcement, among other trademark-related topics. Read More

Recent Decisions

Athleta, Inc. v. Pitbull Clothing Co.
Chanel, Inc. v. Makarczyk
Institute for the Development of Earth Awareness v. People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals