Bruce S. Londa, Co-Chair of the firm’s Intellectual Property Law Practice Group, devotes his practice to intellectual property law matters. He concentrates on both domestic and foreign patent and trademark prosecution, as well as technology licensing and transfer, and counseling and opinion work.
On the patent side, Bruce assists domestic clients in clearing and protecting their inventions and helps clients abroad to perfect their patents in the United States. His areas of technical expertise include the chemical, metallurgical, mechanical, computer software, medical, and biological arts.
For trademarks, Bruce represents a wide variety of domestic and foreign clients, often acting in the role of outside trademark counsel for well-known global brands. In addition to clearing and registering trademarks around the world, he enjoys counseling clients in order to maximize their brand protection using multiple protection strategies and cost-effective filing programs. While Bruce is involved in enforcing valuable trademark rights, he gains the most satisfaction from seeking and negotiating the amicable resolution of disputes.
Bruce serves clients in a variety of manufacturing, marketing, and service industries, including chemicals, pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, electronics, telecommunications, consumer foods, computer hardware and software, internet, medical devices, health care, and banking. Before joining Norris McLaughlin, Bruce was managing partner for Londa & Gluck LLP of New York, New York.
Bruce S. Londa has earned the Martindale-Hubbell AV Preeminent® status. A description of the selection methodology can be found here.