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Brendan Bement


St. Louis
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Brendan helps counsel clients on a wide range of intellectual property issues, including intellectual property portfolio management, enforcement and prosecution.

Brendan counsels clients on intellectual property issues, including trademarks, copyrights, patents and trade secrets. Brendan tailors intellectual property solutions to fit each client, with experience in copyright and trademark prosecution, trademark clearance, intellectual property agreements and due diligence.

Brendan has intellectual property litigation experience, including assistance in federal court litigation for trademark and copyright matters, proceedings at the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board, and initiating ex parte proceedings under the Trademark Modernization Act. Brendan's enforcement practice includes issuing and responding to cease and desist letters and negotiations with opposing parties.

Brendan is a registered patent attorney with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. With a background in mechanical engineering, Brendan supports clients in a variety of industry sectors.

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