Jason S. Nardiello Named New York Metro Super Lawyer for IP Litigation
NEW YORK, NY — September 30, 2016 — Barclay Damon, LLP is pleased to announce that Partner Jason S. Nardiello was named a 2016 Super Lawyer for Intellectual Property Litigation in the New York City Metro publication. Selection to the list is the result of a rigorous review process that includes peer recognition and professional development. Each year, no more than five percent of the lawyers in the state are selected by the research team at Super Lawyers to receive this honor.
Mr. Nardiello is the Chair of the firm’s Branding, Trademarks and Copyrights Practice Area. He is widely recognized in the U.S. and overseas as a leading trademark litigator, prosecutor, and counselor in the field of U.S. trademark law and intellectual property law. He has extensive experience as lead counsel on high-stakes trademark and copyright cases involving well-known brand names and has represented famous brands in a variety of trademark matters such as Nikon, Rolex, Subaru and Crocs.
Mr. Nardiello is a graduate of New York Law School, where he was named the recipient of the Excellence in Administration of Criminal Justice award. He received his undergraduate degree from The College of New Jersey where he studied Law & Justice. He is admitted to practice in New York, the U.S. Supreme Court, the U.S. District Court for the Northern, Southern and Eastern Districts of New York.
“It is an honor to have our firm represented among the top talent in the New York legal community,” said John P. Langan, Managing Director of Barclay Damon. “We thank the community for recognizing Jason’s hard work and talent.”
Listed as a “Top 250 Firm” by The National Law Journal, Barclay Damon is a full-service, 275-attorney law firm, with offices throughout the major cities of New York State and in Toronto, Boston, Washington, DC and Newark. Barclay Damon provides comprehensive legal and business counsel to a diverse client base in 33 practice areas. For more information, visit barclaydamon.com.
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