Hannah Lutz is an intellectual property attorney in the firm's Minneapolis office who focuses her practice on trademark and copyright matters. Hannah counsels clients in all areas of trademark portfolio management, and on trademark clearance searches in the U.S. and abroad. She has experience prosecuting trademark applications including counseling on and responding to Office Actions, as well as filing and pursuing opposition and cancellation proceedings before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board. Hannah additionally advises clients regarding copyright protection, licensing, domain issues, UDRP proceedings, advertising and branding online and on social media, advertising claims, talent and influencer agreements, publicity rights, contests, sweepstakes, and promotions.
While attending Columbia Law School, Hannah served as the Executive Managing Editor of the Columbia Journal of Gender and Law.
Co-Author, "Trade Secrets in the Digital World," Today's General Counsel, June 2021
- Co-Author, "Overcoming ‘Impossible’ Trademark Office Actions in North America," International Trademark Association Newsletter, May 19, 2021
- Author, "Federal Circuit Holds that Multiple Colors on Product Packaging Can Be a Trademark without Evidence of Acquired Distinctiveness," Innovate Magazine, AIPLA, July 2020
- Co-Author, "BLACK LIVES MATTER: Name Confusion and the Importance of Trademark Law," CEO World, July 1, 2020
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Columbia Law School, J.D., 2018
- Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar
University of Chicago, B.A., Philosophy, Music, 2015