Gerald M. Levine

Gerald M. Levine

Intellectual Property, Arbitrator/Mediator at Levine Samuel LLP
Joined on March 9, 2016 – United States
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About

Gerald M. Levine is an attorney practicing in New York City. He is the managing partner of Levine Samuel, LLP, a boutique law firm located near the United Nations. Further information about his background and the firm can be found on the Firm's website at iplegalcorner.com.

Mr. Levine has a litigation and counseling practice representing clients in Intellectual Property rights and rights management as well as a diverse range of legal and business matters in the fields of publishing and copyright (representing authors) and trademark and brand counseling as it relates to the intersection of trademarks and domain names. He is on the panel of neutral arbitrators for the American Arbitration Association for commercial and IP disputes; for the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA). Mr. Levine can be reached at gmlevine@researchtheworld.com or by telephone at 212.596.0851.

He is the author of a treatise on Trademarks, Domain Names, and Cybersquatting, Domain Name Arbitration: A Practical Guide to Asserting and Defending Claims of Cybersquatting Under the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy.  A Second Edition of the treatise is scheduled for release Spring 2019.

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