Mark F. Warzecha is the Director of the firm’s Intellectual Property Litigation department.
Mark focuses his practice exclusively in the areas of Intellectual Property prosecution and litigation. Mark practices before the USPTO to prosecute Trademark Applications, including prosecuting and defending opposition and cancellation proceedings. Mark appears in District Courts nationwide to enforce and defend cases involving Trademark and Patent Infringement, unfair competition, domain name disputes, misappropriation and counterfeiting. Mark also prosecutes and defends Uniform Domain Name Disputes (UDRP).
Mark advises corporations and individuals on their foreign and domestic intellectual property needs. Mark counsels his clients on every aspect of intellectual property protection, policing and enforcement. Mark manages numerous trademark portfolios both domestic and foreign, including Germany, Japan and South America. Mark also advises his clients in matters related to Intellectual Property purchases, licensing and developing a strong, revenue generating, Intellectual Property portfolio.
Mark is also a Florida Supreme Court Certified Civil Mediator specializing in Intellectual Property disputes.
On a personal note, Mark is an avid fisherman who can claim a lifetime grand slam catch, a black marlin, a blue marlin and a sailfish. Mark is also involved in his community as a founding Board member and Director of the No Bad Days Foundation which purchases medical equipment for children with disabilities.