About Anne C. Lewis
Anne has a deep understanding of complex intellectual property litigation, focusing her practice on trademark, patent, false advertising, and trade secret disputes. She also assists clients with trademark clearance and prosecution, as well as protection efforts.
Committed to pro bono
Anne has also worked on a variety of pro bono matters, including asylum proceedings and advising non-profits on intellectual property issues.
Prior to joining Katten, she served as a Fellow for the Lawyers' Committee for Cultural Heritage Preservation and represented taxi cab drivers in medallion foreclosure litigation and refinancing negotiations.
While attending law school, she was an editor of the Tulane Journal of Intellectual Property and Technology and published an article entitled, "The Legality of 3D Printing: How Technology Moves Faster Than the Law" which was selected by editors at Thomson Reuters West for reprinting in their 2015 edition of the Entertainment, Publishing and the Arts Handbook, an annual treatise. Anne also interned in the legal department of Time, Inc. in New York City, focusing on trademark and right to publicity matters.
- Intellectual property litigation and transactions
- Trademark clearance, registration, portfolio management and enforcement
- Understanding of a wide variety of industries, including consumer goods, fashion and nonprofit organizations