Barry H. Fishkin is a senior counsel in the Corporate, Technology and Intellectual Property Departments.
Mr. Fishkin’s principal areas of concentration are (1) corporate law, including mergers and acquisitions, particularly in the fashion industry, purchase and distribution arrangements, commercial finance, joint ventures, IP licensing and corporate governance; (2) technology law, including outsourcing agreements, software development and licensing agreements, website development and service agreements, information technology licensing agreements, content acquisition and sharing agreements and master service agreements for technology development services; and (3) trademark law, including trademark clearance and registration, opposition and cancellation proceedings and the maintenance of trademarks domestically and internationally. Mr. Fishkin chairs the Firm’s trademark prosecution practice.
Mr. Fishkin represents public and privately held domestic corporations in a wide range of industries, including, among others, manufacturing, retail and service companies. In addition, he has more than 30 years of experience representing Japanese-based companies in their dealings in the United States and represents several of their United States subsidiaries.
He is a member of the patent bar and counsels clients on various aspects of patent law.
Mr. Fishkin is also a member of the New York State Bar Association and its Intellectual Property and International Law Sections and the International Trademark Association.
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- The Fashion Industry Law Blog, includes posts published by the members of the Fashion Law Practice of Phillips Nizer LLP and attorneys in other related practice areas.
- New York State Bar Association
- International Trademark Association