Jacob Rosenbaum assists clients in all aspects of trademark and copyright litigation and enforcement. He has extensive experience enforcing and defending trademark and trade dress rights in U.S. District Court and before the Trademark Trial and Appeals Board, and has represented clients in all stages of U.S. litigation, including pre-litigation counseling, discovery, motion practice, trial, mediation and settlement. In addition, Jacob works to develop complex enforcement strategies to protect all aspects of his clients’ intellectual property rights, including filing online takedown notices based on copyrights, trademarks, and trade dress rights, filing domain name disputes, customs and border enforcement, and international and domestic enforcement efforts.
Jacob approaches intellectual property rights with a holistic perspective and a focus on strengthening his clients’ rights to help them grow their brand and achieve their goals. In addition to his litigation practice, Jacob works with clients in reviewing their trademark and copyright portfolios to make strategic filings that enable them to more effectively enforce their rights online and in the marketplace. Jacob also has significant experience in trademark and copyright prosecution, trademark and copyright licensing, international trademark disputes and prosecution, unfair competition law, and rights of publicity.
Jacob graduated from Boston University, cum laude, with a B.A. in English. He went on to receive his Juris Doctor from the University of California Davis School of Law, where he received the Witkin Award for Academic Excellence in Copyright as well as Cyberlaw.
- Named to the Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch guide, which “recognizes lawyers who are earlier in their careers for their outstanding professional excellence in private practice”, for Intellectual Property Law and Intellectual Property Litigation (2024)
- Recognized by The Legal 500 "United States" for Trademark: Non-Contentious (2023)
Co-Author, "How Gross Is Your Assignment? Actions Speak Louder Than Words When Transferring Goodwill," The Trademark Reporter, September-October, 2021 (Vol. 111, No. 5)
Failure of ITC to Follow Its Own Rules May Constitute Harmless Error Knobbe Martens Litigation Blog (August 15, 2019)
MOMENTA PHARMACEUTICALS, INC. v. BRISTOL-MYERS SQUIBB COMPANY Knobbe Martens Litigation Blog (February 7, 2019)
IN RE: DURANCE Knobbe Martens Litigation Blog (June 1, 2018)
A New Direction? Data Privacy and the FTC, Intellectual Property Magazine (March 2, 2017)