August 24, 2010
Elizabeth A. Corradino, a partner in Moses & Singer's Intellectual Property and Entertainment Law groups, was quoted in the BNET article "What's in a Name: Rights for Madonna's Material Girl Potentially Worth Millions". In the article, Liz discusses trademark rights in connection with a lawsuit filed by L.A. Triumph, a California clothing company, against pop entertainer Madonna and her company, Material Girl Brand, LLC, over the right to use the trademark "Material Girl" for their line of clothing. Click here to view the full article.
Liz has a broad-based entertainment practice with an emphasis on television and motion picture production and distribution, computer technology and software agreements, and the licensing of intellectual property for use in all forms of media. She also counsels and represents clients in connection with the licensing of rights for use in multimedia, interactive and online products and services, and represents advertising agencies in clearance, licensing and compliance matters. For more information, please contact Liz at firstname.lastname@example.org or 212.554.7892.
The firm's Intellectual Property and Entertainment groups are nationally recognized and have long been key advisors to companies of all sizes and to individuals in a variety of industries including television and motion picture; book, periodical and music publishing; recording; electronic media; and the performing arts. Our IP attorneys have broad experience in all forms of intellectual property litigation and are actively involved in the prosecution and defense of copyright, trademark and patent infringement claims. The group also litigates cases before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and plays a continuing role in landmark litigation and in legislative efforts that are shaping intellectual property law.