Jeffrey A. Lindenbaum is a partner of the firm Collen IP and practices primarily in the firm’s litigation department. He has broad intellectual property experience representing and counseling a wide range of domestic and international clients in patent, trademark, copyright, right of publicity, trade secret, and related intellectual property matters. His litigation experience includes obtaining and defending injunctions, internet disputes, trademark misuse, and ex parte seizures of counterfeit products. Mr. Lindenbaum has appeared and argued patent, trademark and copyright matters in federal district courts in New York, California, Arizona, Michigan, Nevada, Missouri, Connecticut, New Jersey, North Carolina, Georgia, Utah and Florida.
Mr. Lindenbaum also has extensive experience before the United States Trademark Trial and Appeal Board, having successfully litigated and/or resolved dozens of Opposition and Cancellation disputes.
Mr. Lindenbaum, born in Belle Harbor, NY, was awarded a Juris Doctor from the University at Buffalo School of Law, and a Bachelor of Arts from Binghamton University.
He has lectured at the New York City Bar Center for CLE and the Pace Law School Center for Continuing Legal Education on numerous intellectual property topics. In 2009, Mr. Lindenbaum was the recipient of the Dr. Thomas Marx Award, in Manchester, England, for his paper titled: "Fifteen Minutes of Fame can Generate Fifteen Decades of Royalties: An International Comparative Analysis of Right of Publicity and Trademark Laws." In 2012 he co-authored an article titled “Catch Me If You Can: An Analysis of New Enforcement Measures and Proposed Legislation to Combat the Sale of Counterfeit Products on the Internet,” 32:3 Pace L. Rev. 567 (2012).