Lawyer Detail

Cara A. Boyle

Practice Description
Cara is a Partner at Fross, Zelnick, Lehrman & Zissu, P.C. in New York. She manages worldwide trademark portfolios for clients across a broad range of industries, including consumer goods, automotive products, pharmaceuticals, music, entertainment, fashion and apparel, food and beverage, market research, engineering and architectural software. She has experience overseeing the intake and management of trademark portfolios consisting of thousands of global trademarks, and advises clients on trademark clearance, registration, licensing, anti-counterfeiting and policing. She also manages enforcement proceedings, including multi-country opposition and infringement actions. In addition, Cara performs due diligence work on intellectual property-related aspects of corporate transactions and negotiates and drafts assignments, licenses, coexistence and other commercial agreements.

University of Virginia (B.A. French and History, 1989); Loyola University Chicago School of Law (J.D., 2001).

Professional Activities
Member: Brands and Marketing Team of MARQUES; International Trademark Association; District of Columbia Bar Association; Arbitrator for Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot (Vienna, Austria) April 2003.

Recognized as "excellent" in 2012 edition of Legal 500 US guide and listed in The International Who's Who of Trademark Lawyers 2012-3.

New York State
District of Columbia

Speaking Engagements
June 17, 2009 - Featured speaker at First Annual AIPLA Trademark Boot Camp
June 10, 2010 - Featured speaker at Second Annual AIPLA Trademark Boot Camp
September 2011 – Moderated panel at 2011 Marques Annual Conference in Baveno, Italy
June 7, 2013 - Featured speaker at Fifth Annual AIPLA Trademark Boot Camp
June 5-6, 2014 - Featured speaker at Sixth Annual AIPLA Trademark Boot Camp

Published Works

The U.S. Vietnam Bilateral Trade Agreement: How Vietnam's Efforts to Strengthen its Trademark and Copyright Laws Signal its Desire to Join the World Economy

Loyola University Chicago Consumer Law Review, Vol. 14, No. 1, 2001