Ulmer & Berne LLP continues to grow its nationally recognized Intellectual Property Practice Group with the addition of Associate Justin P. Clark. Clark is an intellectual property and information technology attorney who focuses his practice on technology transactions, intellectual property licensing, and data security and privacy.
“We are excited to begin working with Justin, who is a great addition to our firm’s roster of talented intellectual property and technology attorneys,” said Eric M. Robbins, Chair of Ulmer’s Intellectual Property & Technology Practice Group. “His experience with complex IP and IT agreements, as well as data security and privacy laws, adds to our team’s strength as we continue to provide exceptional counsel to our clients.”
Clark’s practice includes reviewing, drafting, and negotiating complex technology and intellectual property agreements on behalf of public and private companies, including various types of licensing, software, and service agreements. He is certified as an Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/US) by the International Association of Privacy Professionals, and counsels clients on data security and privacy issues. In addition, he assists clients with federal and international trademark prosecution and portfolio management.
Clark received an undergraduate degree from Otterbein College, a master’s degree in education from Bowling Green State University, and a law degree with honors from the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, where he served as Articles Editor of the Cleveland State Law Review.
Ulmer’s Intellectual Property & Technology Practice Group offers a comprehensive range of IP services to clients across the United States. The group receives consistent recognition for the dynamic legal services it provides, and was recently ranked in BTI Consulting Group’s IP Litigation Honor Roll as a firm clients turn to for their most important IP litigation needs. Ulmer’s IP attorneys understand clients’ businesses and the competitive landscapes they face, and sophisticated clients count on their creative, results-oriented, and value-driven strategies.