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Jennifer Fraser

Jennifer Fraser



  • Copyright
  • Cybersecurity
  • Food & Beverage
  • Intellectual Property

WSG Practice Industries


D.C., U.S.A.


Jennifer Fraser is a Member in Dykema's Washington, D.C. office and serves as leader of the Firm's Trademark Practice Group. Her practice focuses on Trademark and Copyright. She has been recognized as a leading trademark practitioner in the Washington D.C. area by World Trademark Review for several years for enforcement/litigation and prosecution/strategy.

Ms. Fraser represents clients in a variety of areas including trademark filings and prosecution, trademark and copyright litigation, litigating rights before the courts and the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board and resolving domain name disputes. She served as an Examining Attorney with the United States Patent and Trademark Office, which enables her to effectively anticipate and resolve issues during examination of trademark applications. Ms. Fraser assists clients with other intellectual property issues including copyright prosecution, counseling and litigation, and drafting various agreements to strengthen intellectual property rights and resolve disputes. She has significant trial experience including obtaining damages for willful infringement.

Prior to joining Dykema Ms. Fraser practiced at a national intellectual property firm, serving as co-chair of their Trademark and Copyright Section.

Bar Admissions


District of Columbia


Howard University School of Law, J.D.
  • National Moot Court Team
  • Fats Waller Copyright Scholarship
University of New Hampshire, B.A.
Areas of Practice

Copyright | Cybersecurity | Food & Beverage | Intellectual Property | Intellectual Property & Intellectual Property Litigation | Intellectual Property Litigation | Litigation | Patent Prosecution | Trademark


Supreme Court Affirms Addition of .Com to Generic Term Renders Booking.com Registrable
Dykema, July 2020

In a decision contrary to current Patent and Trademark Office (“PTO”) rules, the United States Supreme Court has found the mark BOOKING.COM as a whole is not generic and that combining a generic term with “.com” does not necessarily result in a composite term that also is generic. Background Booking.com B.V. (“Booking.com”) sought to federally register the mark BOOKING.COM, and related variations, for travel services...

Supreme Court Holds Willfulness Not Required For Disgorgement of Profits From Trademark Infringement
Dykema, April 2020

The United States Supreme Court recently held that a plaintiff need not show that a defendant willfully infringed the plaintiff's trademark as a requirement for recovering the defendant’s profits.Romag Fasteners, Inc. v. Fossil Grp., Inc., No. 18-1233, 2020 U.S. LEXIS 2408, at *12-13 (U.S. Apr. 23, 2020). Romag Fasteners, Inc. sued Fossil, Inc...

IP Filing Deadlines Extended Under CARES Act
Dykema, April 2020

Under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act), the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) Director may modify certain patent and trademark-related deadlines where the COVID-19 outbreak has either prejudiced applicants’ rights or interfered with the filing of a document or fee payment. The Acting Register of the Copyright Office is also granted expanded authority under the CARES Act for modifying certain copyright-related deadlines...

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