Jason D. Rosenberg

Jason D. Rosenberg


Alston & Bird LLP

Recognized since 2016

Atlanta, Georgia

Practice Areas

Litigation - Intellectual Property

Trademark Law

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Jason Rosenberg, a partner in the Atlanta office, is a member of the firm's Intellectual Property-Trademark & Copyright Group. Jason focuses his practice on trademark, copyright and advertising enforcement, litigation and counseling, as well as adversarial matters before the Trademark Trial & Appeal Board of the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office.

Jason’s clients call upon his experience to help them protect some of the most famous brands in the world, and he has successfully represented them in trademark, false advertising and domain name matters against infringers and cybersquatters around the world. Jason also has considerable experience representing both plaintiffs and defendants in high-stakes copyright litigation in the entertainment and technology industries. Known for his substantial experience in the rapidly developing area of social media law, Jason was recently selected by his peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America 2016, and has been repeatedly named to the “World Trademark Review 1000,” a list of the top 1,000 trademark professionals worldwide.

Location

  • One Atlantic Center, Suite 4900
    1201 West Peachtree Street
    Atlanta, GA 30309-3424

Bar Admissions

  • State Bar of Georgia
  • Virginia State Bar

Alston & Bird LLP
Headquarters: Atlanta, Georgia

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Recognized in The Best Lawyers® in America 2023 for work in:

  • Litigation - Intellectual Property
  • Trademark Law

Special Focus

  • COVID-19

Experience

Trademark/False Advertising:

  • Schlumberger Technology Corp. v. Coil Tubing Solutions, LLC (S.D. Tex.), counsel for the plaintiff in a trademark and tortious interference matter against a competitor in the oilfield services industry.
  • International Speedway Corp. v. Magellan International (TTAB), counsel for ISC, owner of the famous DAYTONA 500 trademark, in a trademark opposition proceeding concerning the defendant’s application to register a DAYTONA1 & checkered flag design trademark for use on fuel additives and related automotive products. Case was settled during discovery.
  • Merial Ltd. v. Elanco (M.D. Ga.), counsel for declaratory judgment plaintiff in a Lanham Act false advertising matter concerning the marketing of flea and tick medication for pets.
  • King Pharmaceuticals, Inc. et al. v. ZymoGenetics, Inc. (E.D. Tenn.), represented the defendant biotechnology company in a trademark and false advertising case concerning claims made in connection with the marketing and sale of recombinant thrombin, a topical hemostat; the case was successfully resolved.
  • Merial Limited et al. v. Velcera Inc. et al. (M.D. Ga.), counsel for Merial, the makers of Frontline Plus flea & tick medication, in trade dress claims concerning the packaging of the defendants’ PETARMOR brand products.
  • St. Luke’s Cataract & Laser Institute, P.A. v. Sanderson et al. (M.D. Fla.), represented a large health facility in a three-week jury trial of a trademark, copyright and Digital Millennium Copyright Act case in federal court in Tampa, resulting in permanent injunctive relief, six-figure damages and recovery of $550,000 in attorneys’ fees on trademark claims.
  • NASCAR v. Mainstream Media Int’l, LLC (M.D. Fla.), represented NASCAR in a trademark infringement action involving a stock car racing magazine.
  • Jellyvision, Inc. v. AFLAC (N.D. Ill.), defended Aflac against claims of alleged trademark infringement and motion for preliminary injunction; the case was successfully resolved.
  • Brown Bark II, L.P. v. Dixie Mills, LLC, et al. (N.D. Ga.), represented the defendants in trademark litigation; defeated the plaintiff’s motion for preliminary injunction and, later, obtained a summary judgment in the clients’ favor on all counts.
  • Travelocity.com LP v. TravelocityIndia.com (E.D. Va.), obtained judgment for Travelocity in a federal cybersquatting action against an infringing domain name.
  • Crosman Corporation v. Heckler & Koch, Inc. (M.D. Ga.), represented the plaintiff in a declaratory judgment action for non-infringement of alleged trade dress rights in the defendant’s MP5 submachine gun; the case was successfully resolved.
  • Kids II, Inc. v. Bright Start Furniture, et al. (N.D. Ga.), obtained an injunction against, and significant monetary payment from, the defendant in a trademark infringement case.
  • Kids II, Inc. v. KidVid, Inc., et al. (N.D. Ga.), obtained an injunction against the defendants’ further use of a disputed trademark.
  • Armstrong McCall, L.P. v. CHI Home, LLC (W.D. Tex.), represented a trademark licensee in an action against the unauthorized user of a trademark.
  • Videolarm, Inc. v. ASC-USA, Inc. et al. (N.D. Ga.), represented the defendants against claims of alleged trade dress infringement of security camera housings.

Copyright:

  • The John Hardy Group, Inc. v. Galunas et al. (N.D. Ga.), representing the plaintiff in a copyright infringement and trade secret misappropriation matter against former employees.
  • UMG Recordings Inc. v. Je T’aime LLC (C.D. Cal.), represented the defendant in a copyright infringement matter alleging unauthorized use of sound recordings in the VH1 program Master of the Mix. The case was successfully resolved prior to discovery.
  • Microsoft Corp. v. EBIX, Inc. (N.D. Ga.), lead counsel for the defendant in a suit alleging copyright infringement and breach of contract relating to the use of Microsoft software.
  • Twentieth Century Fox Film Corp. v. Warner Bros. Entertainment, Inc., et al. (C.D. Cal.), helped secure a major victory for client Twentieth Century Fox by obtaining a summary judgment order that Fox owned the right to distribute the Watchmen motion picture. The case settled on favorable terms shortly before a hearing to determine whether the release of Warner Bros.’s film would be enjoined.
  • Hinkle and Thomas v. Viacom International Inc., et al. (N.D. Ga.), lead counsel for Viacom and production company defendants in a copyright infringement lawsuit alleging unauthorized use of the plaintiffs’ song on the popular VH1 program Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta. Case successfully resolved following the defendants’ submission of summary judgment briefing.
  • C5 Advisors, LLC v. Debartolo Development, LLC (N.D. Ga.), obtained an emergency temporary restraining order preventing the defendants from further misappropriation of the client’s trade secrets and copyrighted materials; the case was successfully resolved.
  • ALLDATA LLC v. Mesuwan (S.D. Tex.), obtained an injunction on behalf of a copyright owner preventing further unauthorized use or copying of the client’s automotive repair software.

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