New York, NY, December 08, 2005 --(PR.com
)-- Steven Horowitz, Esq. successfully represented a high volume reseller of a national leading brand of office products, in an arbitration proceeding stemming from the reseller’s registration and use of domain names that were alleged to contain the brand’s trademark. The proceeding brought under ICANN (the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) Rules and Policy sought to force the registrar of the domain names to transfer the domain names to the owner of the leading brand name. After presentation of evidence, the Arbitration forum denied the owner of the leading brand the remedy it requested, allowing the domain names to remain with the reseller.
As a patent, trademark and copyright attorney, Mr. Horowitz knows that the proper care of intellectual property can mean the difference between the success and failure of a business. Because the stakes are so high clients expect someone trustworthy, experienced and knowledgeable to obtain and defend their intellectual property rights in the and abroad.
· Trade Secret Law
· Unfair Competition
About Steven Horowitz.
Steven Horowitz, Esq. represents entrepreneurs, start-up companies and sizable corporations in many industries in obtaining and international patents in a wide variety of arts, obtaining and international trademarks, obtaining copyrights and in litigation of patent, trademark, copyright, trade secret and related cases in courts, administrative bodies and before arbitration panels. Mr. Horowitz negotiates licensing agreements covering patents, trademarks, copyrights, know-how, trade secrets, provides patent infringement opinions, conducts patent and trademark searches and counsels clients in connection with all intellectual property matters including transactions.
Mr. Horowitz worked as an engineer in Systems Engineering for Bell Laboratories after obtaining a Masters Degree in Science from Columbia University School of Engineering in the Industrial Engineering and Operations Research Department in 1981. Mr. Horowitz also received a B.A. degree from Columbia University in 1978, with a background in chemistry and the sciences and attended Georgetown University Law Center to receive a J.D. degree in 1984. During law school, Mr. Horowitz contributed a law review article to the prestigious Georgetown University Law Journal.