For Immediate Release: February 15, 2016
Attorney, Christina D. Frangiosa Authors Chapter in the ABA-IPL
Trademark Infringement Remedies (2015 Cumulative Supplement)
(Huntingdon Valley, PA: February 15, 2016): Attorney, Christina D. Frangiosa of Huntingdon Valley firm, Semanoff Ormsby Greenberg & Torchia, LLC is a contributing author to the American Bar Association’s Section of Intellectual Property Law’s (ABA-IPL) Trademark Infringement Remedies (2015 Cumulative Supplement). Ms. Frangiosa has authored Chapter 8, “Plaintiff’s Damages” (Substitute Chapter).
Published by Bloomberg BNA, the supplement is an important reference book for trademark practitioners, and intends to be a valuable resource for both litigators and for attorneys who provide risk analysis and advice to clients in this important field. The book and its supplement are the result of contributions from many Section members representing a wide range of expertise in the fields of trademark and unfair competition law. It offers a single source of comprehensive discussion of remedies, both at the federal and state levels available to trademark owners.
Christina D. Frangiosa currently serves as Vice Chair of the Trademark and Unfair Competition Division of the ABA-IPL, is a member its CLE Board and its Membership Board and previously served as Co-Chair of its Anti-Piracy Task Force and as the Section’s Liaison to the ABA’s Cybersecurity Task Force. Ms. Frangiosa concentrates her practice on intellectual property and technology law, including trademark advisory services, data privacy and security policies, licensing, and litigation relating to trademarks, copyrights, unfair competition, false advertising, domain names, Internet and computer law, and trade secrets.
Semanoff Ormsby Greenberg & Torchia, LLC is a business law firm located in Huntingdon Valley, Pennsylvania. With over 25 attorneys the firm focuses on these areas of law: corporate, commercial litigation, mergers and acquisitions, real estate, employment, intellectual property, business transactions, bankruptcy, health care, Affordable Care Act Compliance, non-profits and trusts and estates.