Marc Lieberstein

Marc Lieberstein

Marc Lieberstein is the co-chair of the Franchise Group and Retail & Consumer Goods Industry Team at Kilpatrick Townsend LLP. His practice focuses on intellectual property licensing and franchising in the retail/consumer goods and services areas, fashion/apparel and accessories, food and beverage, and commercial/industrial design, including the drafting, negotiation and enforcement of license and franchise documents and agreements, as well as implementation of branding and commercialization objectives for clients via licensing and franchising.

In conjunction with the services above, he counsels clients on creating effective strategies for procuring, protecting and enforcing their global intellectual property assets. Marc has also participated in and used alternative dispute resolution forums such as arbitration and mediation to enforce intellectual property rights.

Marc frequently lectures and writes on intellectual property issues for a variety of intellectual property organizations and publications, including International Trademark Association (INTA), New York State Bar Association Intellectual Property Section, and the American Bar Association Forum on Franchising, The Franchise Lawyer (ABA), Franchise Law Journal (ABA), National Law Journal, IP Strategist, The New York Law Journal, Lexis/Nexis Practical Law, and The Licensing Journal.

Interviews with Marc Lieberstein»See allInterviews RSS Feed

The difference between franchise council and franchise associations
Marc Lieberstein and Kitt Shipe join Jim Blasingame to reveal the difference between a franchise council and an association, and why this is important for prospective franchise buyers to understand.
Marc Lieberstein and Kitt Shipe join Jim Blasingame to report on how the American Relief Act is designed to assist the restaurant industry with federal grants, first for disadvantaged owners, and soon for all restauranteurs.
Marc Lieberstein and Kitt Shipe join Jim Blasingame to reveal the difference between a franchise council and an association, and why this is important for prospective franchise buyers to understand.