is counsel at Herrick, Feinstein LLP and a member of its Intellectual Property Group. Barry concentrates his practice in intellectual property (non-patent), online and technology issues. In addition to handling infringement, trade-secret and other complex commercial litigation, he also negotiates a wide variety of trade-mark, content and publicity rights' licences and advises on a broad variety of IP-related transactional matters. Barry’s sports focused experience includes representing professional sports teams, organisations, and stadium owners on trade-mark clearance, prosecution and portfolio management; website development, software, WiFI, and other technology agreements; photo archive and memorabilia licensing; clearing publicity rights; online sweepstakes and e-commerce-related issues; and intellectual property due diligence related to mergers, acquisitions and joint ventures. He is co-chair of the NY State Bar Entertainment Arts & Sports Law (EASL) Section’s Publicity, Privacy and Media Committee, and is a member of the EASL Executive Committee.
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