The Katten Kattwalk | Issue 20

Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP

Welcome to the Fall 2019 issue of Kattwalk. In this issue, we are pleased to introduce you to Bret Danow, a partner in Katten’s New York office with a broadbased trademark practice that covers the entire lifecycle of a brand, from selecting and clearing a trademark to protecting, monetizing and enforcing it. He and his team also address the Supreme Court decision on May 20 that held that trademark licenses are not terminated upon rejection in bankruptcy.

London Corporate associate Sarah Simpson and Tegan Miller-McCormack, a Transactional Tax Planning trainee solicitor, comment on British make-up artist and founder of beauty and skincare brand, Charlotte Tilbury Beauty, Charlotte Tilbury, and her success in her brand’s copyright infringement claim. They also explore the new European copyright directive and the development of Intellectual Property protection in the United Kingdom.

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