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Jennifer Fraser

Jennifer Fraser


D.C., U.S.A.

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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

USPTO to Require U.S. Counsel for Foreign-Domiciled Trademark Owners Effective Aug 3. Foreign Applicants & Registrants should take steps to ensure compliance.
Dykema, July 2019

On July 2, 2019, the PTO announced it will implement a rule requiring U.S. counsel for foreign-domiciled trademark applicants and registrants. The new rule is effective August 3, 2019, and applies to all trademark owners with a foreign address. We discussed the rule in ourFebruary Alert. For any new filings after the effective date, licensed U.S. counsel must be designated...

PTO Proposes U.S. Counsel Requirement for Foreign Domiciled Trademark Applicants And Registrants
Dykema, February 2019

Goal Is to Improve Accuracy and Reduce Potentially Invalid Registrations On February 14, 2019, the United States Patent and Trademark Office (PTO) issued aNotice of Proposed Rulemaking(“NPRM”) to require foreign domiciled trademark applicants and registrants to be represented by a licensed U.S. attorney at the PTO. The comment period on the NPRM is open until March 18, 2019...

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