Martin J. Beran
Martin J. Beran is trademark counsel at Ostrolenk, Faber, Gerb & Soffen. At the firm, he specializes in domestic and international trademark counseling, prosecution and litigation for large and small U.S. and international companies in industries including entertainment, financial services, publishing, educational services, pharmaceuticals, food, wines, clothing, cosmetics, jewelry, vehicle rental services, and computer software.
Prior to joining the firm, Martin held partner positions at the firms of Stroock & Stroock & Lavan and Blum Kaplan.
Martin is a published author and lecturer and has had articles in publications, including The Trademark Reporter, The New York Law Journal and The National Law Journal. He also authored An Introduction to Trademark Practice, which was published in both English and Japanese, and he served as editor of Advanced TTAB Practice, which was presented as course material for International Trademark Association seminar attendees. He also taught a course in trademark law at Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law and has lectured on Trademarks at Practicing Law Institute, the United States Patent and Trademark Office, the New York State Bar Association and the International Trademark Association.
New York University School of Law, A.B., LLB and LLM Trade Regulation
American Bar Association
New York State Courts
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit
Member of the Editorial Board of the Trademark Reporter, International Trademark Association American Bar Association
The Federal Bar Counsel
Bronx County Bar Association
An Introduction to Trademark Practice (Published in both English and Japanese) Articles in the Trademark Reporter, The New York Law Journal and The National Law Journal.