Atul R. Singh
Atul R. Singh, an associate of the firm, is an intellectual property attorney whose practice focuses primarily on litigation, counseling, and prosecution in connection with trademarks and copyrights and related legal fields. Mr. Singh has represented a broad range of clients in intellectual property and related matters, including in the telecommunications, Internet, e-commerce, media, luxury goods, publishing, apparel, retail, consumer products, software, and technology industries.
His litigation experience includes substantive areas such as false advertising, trade dress infringement, domain names (UDRP), anti-counterfeiting, anti-cybersquatting, rights of publicity, and unfair competition. Mr. Singh has also been involved with patent litigation. In addition to having experience in all phases of civil proceedings such as evidentiary hearings, motion practice, pre-trial preparation, and trials, Mr. Singh has on several occasions represented clients in successfully obtaining or defending against preliminary injunctions and temporary restraining orders, including successfully defending such results on appeal.
Mr. Singh has also performed all aspects of United States trademark prosecution and handled proceedings before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB) of the United States Patent & Trademark Office. In addition, Mr. Singh has handled drafting and responding to take down notices under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA).
Mr. Singh successfully completed the requirements for CIPP/US designation in privacy law from the International Association for Privacy Professionals, a not-for-profit association.
Mr. Singh is a 2000 graduate of the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, where he graduated cum laude and served as a member of the Cardozo Law Review. He received a double major in finance and international business in 1995 from Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. Mr. Singh is admitted to the bar of New York and the United States District Courts for the Southern, Eastern, and Western Districts of New York, the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, and the United States Supreme Court.