Jennifer E. Schlatter

Jennifer E. Schlatter focuses her practice on protecting and enforcing intellectual property rights, including: trademark prosecution, counseling, licensing and enforcement, including representation of clients in trademark proceedings before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office; copyrights prosecution, counseling, licensing and enforcement; international trademark and copyright issues; IP and related litigation, including trademark infringement, false advertising, copyright infringement, misappropriation of trade secrets and unfair competition; publishing related transactions, including preparation and negotiation of publishing agreements; and transactional entertainment law.  She represents individual artists in preparing and negotiating business agreements, and protecting and licensing intellectual property rights.  Jennifer assists clients in entertainment-related matters as well.

Jennifer's practice also includes the representation of clients in the area of employment law, including litigation of discrimination, restrictive covenant litigation, and advising clients regarding various personnel and workplace issues.

Education

  • B.A., University of Colorado at Denver, 1994
  • J.D., University of Denver, 1998

Professional and Community Involvement

  • Member, Colorado Bar Association (Patent, Copyright and Trademark Section
  • Member, American Bar Association (Intellectual Property Law Section and Entertainment Law Section)
  • Pro Bono Referral Attorney for Colorado Lawyers for the Arts

Articles, Publications & Lectures

  • Co-presenter: "Between a Softrock and a Hard Place: The Supreme Court Revisits the Definition of an Independent Contractor." Sponsored by the Labor & Employment Law Section of the Colorado Bar Association, May 2014. 
  • Presenter: "Copyrights, Trademarks, Art and the Internet." Sponsored by Colorado Lawyers for the Arts, June 2009.
  • Co-Author: “The Duty of Loyalty and Preparations to Compete” 34 Colorado Lawyer 61 (November, 2005).
  • Co-presenter: "Legal Issues in Publishing: Overview of Libel and Slander Law." Sponsored by Rocky Mountain Publishing Professionals Guild, November, 2005.
  • Co-Presenter: “Analysis and Impact of Desert Palace v. Costa.” Colorado Bar Association, 2004 Annual Employment Law Conference Seminar, (October 2004).
  • Co-Presenter: “Intellectual Property Law in Denver.” Sponsored by University of Denver College of Law, (April 2003).

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