The National Law Review has named Stark & Stark Shareholder Gene Markin, Esq. a “Go-To Thought Leader” for 2020. This award honors Gene for his articles on Intellectual Property law and analysis, including copyright and trademark infringement, false advertising, and related topics. For example, the National Law Review has published several articles written by Mr. Markin that discuss the intricacies and varieties of copyright and trademark protection (including famous trademarks and works concerning LeBron James, Drake and Seinfeld) and explain the complex principles of copyright and trademark law with an entertaining and real-world hook.
“The National Law Review’s ‘Go-To Thought Leadership Awards’ recognizes 71 legal authors and legal organizations, pulled from 20,000+ of pieces of content published in 2020. With the exceptional challenges of COVID-19, thought leadership from attorneys and other leading professionals became more important and impactful than ever before.” – National Law Review
Gene is a Shareholder in Stark & Stark’s Complex Commercial Litigation and Intellectual Property Groups where he concentrates his practice on complex litigation matters involving copyright protection and infringement, trademark and trade dress infringement and enforcement, trade secret litigation, false advertising, domain name disputes, unfair competition, class actions, fraud and consumer fraud, shareholder and partner disputes, breach of contract, RICO actions, and state licensing agency appeals.