Dana Pellegrino counsels on intellectual property matters from inception to enforcement, all the way from trademark and copyright clearance, prosecution, and maintenance, to trademark, copyright, patent, and trade dress litigation. Dana appreciates the particularities of working with small businesses, global entities, and everyone in-between, and practices in a broad range of industries, including consumer goods, fashion, literary, music, digital & social media, software, and telecommunications.

While managing a body of international trademark portfolios, Dana also litigates. Dana’s litigation experience extends to critical legal research, motions practice, numerous aspects of discovery including the taking of depositions, TTAB proceedings, and assisting private investigations (which Dana finds especially thrilling). Dana also reviews and drafts trademark and copyright licenses and assignments.

Dana advises clients on emerging consumer and digital media issues, including advertising guidelines and disclosures, influencer and sponsorship agreements, and FTC enforcement. She has wide-ranging experience filing DMCA claims across many platforms, including social media, e-commerce, and domain hosting.

Dana has an active pro bono practice, particularly in the area of supporting U.S. military-related initiatives. She has worked pro bono on matters of national security under the guidance of JAGs, assisted with discharge upgrades, and helped veterans prosecute, maintain, and enforce their intellectual property.

Dana is a 2016 graduate of Duke University School of Law, where she was tech editor of the Duke Law Journal of Gender Law & Policy, and a 2012 graduate of Wesleyan University, where she majored in American Studies (Early American History).

Admissions

  • New York

Education

  • Duke University School of Law, J.D., 2016
  • Wesleyan University, B.A., 2012

Experience

  • Duane Morris LLP
    - Associate, 2016-present

Selected Publications

Selected Speaking Engagements

  • Presenter, “Cheering Fashion onto Copyright Victory? Star Athletica and the Future of Fashion Copyright,” Duane Morris CLE, January 11, 2017