Knobbe/Martens: Intellectual Property Law

Successes

Successes

Pro Bono Copyright and Trademark Protection for The Tronie Foundation
Knobbe Martens has been handling the Tronie Foundation’s intellectual property protection on a pro bono basis since 2013. The Tronie Foundation, based in the Seattle area, was founded in 2006 by former child trafficking victims Rani and Trong Hong to serve as a voice for the millions of people worldwide who have been sold into slavery and to advocate for a world free of slavery. Lori Yamato and Samantha Markley have worked closely with the Tronie Foundation to file and register trademark and copyright applications, including those for the Freedom Seal trademark, the Tronie Foundation name, and the Foundation’s logos. They have also helped educate the Tronie Foundation with respect to its intellectual property matters.

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