Slavick, Scott J.
Chicago, Illinois, USA
With more than 17 years of experience in trademark law and a cadre of high-profile clients, Scott has earned an enviable reputation for his experience, business-focused advice and counseling.
Whether appearing before a federal district judge, offering counsel on international trademark filing strategies, clearing a new global brand, advising on the nuances of trade secret law or explaining how social media marketing can create undue legal risks, Scott gets the job done quickly and cost-effectively so his clients can get back to work.
Scott's practice focuses primarily on U.S. and international trademark prosecution and litigation. As such, he can use his time-earned skills to help his large corporate clients manage and grow their trademark portfolios. Whether the project involves clearing a new mark in multiple jurisdictions, registering the mark with the relevant trademark offices, policing the mark against infringers or defending a client's use of a mark from threat of attack, Scott has the relevant experience to tackle any trademark-related issue.
Because social media has become an integral way for his clients to interact with their customers, Scott has become an industry thought leader on its impact on trademark protection and enforcement. He has helped many clients craft social media policies to protect intellectual property while still allowing them to exploit new technologies to positively interact with customers. His involvement in this ever changing field has prompted him to write numerous articles and provide state-of-the-art presentations aimed at explaining how companies can navigate the unchartered waters of leading social media sites, while still protecting corporate intellectual property and avoiding infringement risks. He has also been quoted in the Chicago Tribune, Bloomberg BNA, The Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, InsideCounsel and MacNewsWorld, and has appeared on Fox Chicago News.
Scott's clients also rely on his experience in trade secret law, where he focuses on its use in the employment context, particularly in connection with non-compete agreements, confidentiality agreements and restrictive covenants.
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