Modern boutique business law firm providing a complete range of small business services including startup and corporate law, employment, intellectual property, franchising, and civil litigation.
Thompson Bukher LLP provides a team of dedicated attorneys with years of experience focused on emerging, startup, and small businesses in a comprehensive set of legal areas that are critical to business success. Among the legal services provided are: Intellectual Property, Branding & Licensing - Franchise Registration, Licensing Agreements, Trademarks Business Law - Startup Counseling, Incorporation, Partnerships Employment Law - FLSA, Employment Agreements, Wages, Dispute Resolution Civil Litigation - Commercial Litigation, Partnership Disputes, Labor Litigation Above all, we maintain open and transparent communication, providing accessible and flexible service that ensures efficient resolution to clients' concerns, making Thompson Bukher LLP one of the leading New York business law firms.
New York Office
369 Lexington Avenue #327
New York NY 10017
Thompson Bukher LLP intellectual property services are geared to individuals, startups, small, and mid-sized businesses seeking counsel with regard to acquisition, enforcement, and maintenance of trademarks, copyrights, and patents.
Our dedicated IP attorneys work one-on-one with clients to advise on matters of franchise and assist in the licensing of their trademarks. Additionally, we protect our clients' valuable trade secrets by litigating in the realms of IP, internet, and virtual forums. Thompson Bukher LLP intellectual property services include: - Preparing and filing trademark and copyright applications - Prosecuting trademark oppositions - Negotiating copyright licenses and contract agreements - Trademark searches and counsel - Consulting on trademark protection strategies - Preparation of Confidentiality and Non-competition Agreements - Prosecuting patent applications - Litigating trademark, copyright, and patent infringement
Small and growing companies need streamlined services that maximize efficiency and provide fast, smart results. Startup companies need startup attorneys. Thompson Bukher LLP is the small business law firm that understands the business and legal needs of small, mid-size, and newly formed businesses. With particular expertise in intellectual property matters, our firm can help you take an idea to market, and continue to be actively engaged through the various channels and challenges of the business life cycle.
We provide fresh solutions to all types of businesses in corporate transactions and civil litigation matters. Our firm has worked with emerging and established businesses at every stage, including assisting with formation, financing, acquisition, and dispute resolution. Well-established companies have also sought us for assistance with expansion, reorganization, corporate governance, and restitution. At every turn, in every transaction, a company's intellectual property is a critical piece of the success of the business. Thompson Bukher LLP has the knowledge, experience, and expertise to manage that critical piece.
Above all, we maintain open and transparent communication, providing accessible and flexible service that ensures efficient resolution to clients' concerns, making Thompson Bukher LLP one of the leading New York business law firms.
Andy Marcus spent ten years as in-house counsel, business and legal affairs at 20th Century Fox, focusing primarily on television and digital media. Andy was responsible for negotiating, drafting and managing all manner of television development, production and distribution agreements at Fox Television Studios, Twentieth Television and FX Networks, and specialized in overseeing production legal matters on non-scripted programming for all 3 divisions at Fox.
After 10 years in television business and legal affairs, he was drafted to help oversee entertainment and content business and legal affairs at Fox Interactive Media and Myspace. There he served as SVP Business and Legal affairs at FIM and Myspace for 6 years, managing the team of lawyers that oversaw Americanidol.com, Foxsports.com and numerous high profile web based content plays and partnerships with television programs that incorporated user generated content, voting and online auditions for The X Factor, American Idol, Don
Ben Thompson handles complex commercial disputes and transactions. His practice areas include intellectual property, entertainment, e-commerce, employment, corporate structuring, bankruptcy, and alternative dispute resolution. Ben is an adjunct professor of law, teaching Negotiation Strategy at Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, and coaches the school's mediation and negotiation competition teams. Prior to starting his firm, he practiced at Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP, where he focused on intellectual property, securities, and bankruptcy matters.
- Provisional and Final Remedies, in The Arbitration of International Intellectual Property Disputes, ch. 10 (Juris Publishing, May 2012) (co-authored with John Fellas)
- Eye of the Tiger: China Will Rise Up to the Challenge of Its Rivals, 10 Cardozo J. Conflict Resol. 687 (2009)
- You Gotta Pay to Play: An Analysis of Copyright Infringement Actions Brought by Performing Rights Organizations (2009)
David Morrison is Executive Director of The Indie Film Clinic, a not for profit clinical program that provides transactional representation to independent and documentary filmmakers, and a Lecturer in Law at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law in New York.
As the Clinic
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