Amy focuses her practice on a wide variety of intellectual property law matters, with a particular emphasis on strategic portfolio development, protection and enforcement of trademarks and copyrights, licensing and e-commerce transactions. She works proactively with each client to learn its business and develop and implement cost-beneficial domestic and international intellectual property registration and protection strategies designed to maximize the return on investment. Amy has worked with clients from a broad range of industries including computer hardware and software, social media, electronic commerce and the Internet, telecommunications, publishing, advertising, multimedia, hospitality, food and beverage, consumer products, banking and financial services, health care, sports and entertainment, artists and arts organizations. Amy has been involved in many Internet related and e-commerce transactions including domain name acquisition and litigation (including UDRP proceedings), agreements involving web hosting, web site development, content licensing and development, website optimization and on-line privacy. Amy has significant experience in the area of copyright counseling including the Digital Millennium Act, fair use and content clearance. Amy has extensive experience in connection with drafting, reviewing and negotiating merchandise license agreements and has successfully completed the International Licensing Merchandisers’ Associations’ (LIMA) Certificate in Licensing Studies Program.
During her career, Amy has served as a partner in a prominent New England law firm and was the vice president and general counsel for a sports entertainment company. She has also served as an adjunct faculty member at Suffolk University Law School.