Jeff Larson focuses his practice on domestic and international trademark clearance, prosecution, management, and enforcement issues including global registration and enforcement strategies. Leveraging his in-house counsel experience, Jeff infuses an empathy to balance clients’ needs with a practical and budget conscious approach.
Prior to joining the firm, Jeff worked as an associate in the Boulder, Colorado office of a national law firm where he concentrated his practice on domestic and international trademark clearance, prosecution, management, and enforcement for large, medium, and start-up portfolios. Prior to that, Jeff was Brand Counsel in the Connecticut corporate headquarters of a global conglomerate where he was responsible for several of its trademark portfolios and instructed and supervised both U.S. and international trademark counsel.
While attending law school, Jeff was a national champion in INTA’s Saul Lefkowitz Trademark Moot Court Competition and recipient of all three of its top awards for Best Brief, Best Oral Argument, and Best Overall Team Awards in 2012.
Jeff was recognized in 2023 as one of the "Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch" for Intellectual Property Law by The Best Lawyers in America®.
University of New Hampshire School of Law, Franklin Pierce Center for Intellectual Property J.D., Certificate of Intellectual Property Law (2013) cum laude
Washington State University B.A., Business Management and Operations (2009)
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