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cberryman@winstead.com

Cathryn Berryman is a shareholder in Winstead's Intellectual Property Practice Group. Her practice focuses on domestic and international intellectual property licensing and transactional work for the following industries or areas:

  • computer software and systems integration, procurement and outsourcing
  • Internet and electronic commerce and social media
  • privacy and security
  • trademarks and branding
  • domain name registrations and disputes
  • visual art, entertainment and multimedia (including representation of artists, game development, broadcasting, publishing and advertising companies)
  • hospitals, health care and medical device manufacturing
  • transportation and supply chain management
  • semiconductor chip manufacturing
  • banking and financial institutions
  • retail product production, clearance and branding
  • advertisements and marketing
  • technology development and distribution (including master service agreement, professional services agreement, independent contractors, consultants, resellers, OEM, VARs, employees, inventors, and sales agents)
  • consumer devices, software and related services
  • intellectual property aspects of corporate transactions and related litigation (including mergers and acquisitions, policies and procedures, due diligence and audits)

Cathryn has represented individuals and start-up, private and publicly traded technology companies in their efforts to obtain, protect and license their IP assets in the marketplace.

Co-author of the WinTech blog, which provides legal insight for start-up and established technology businesses.

Representative Experience

  • Domestic and international intellectual property licensing and transactional work for a variety of industries and areas (see list above)
  • Trademark consultation, filing and prosecution
  • Copyright consultation, filing and prosecution

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