Founder Adam E. Schwartz represents clients in connection with a broad variety of intellectual property matters including trademarks, licensing, copyrights, trade secrets, privacy, transactions and rights enforcement.
Adam’s extensive experience includes the clearance and prosecution of over one thousand trademark and service mark applications and the handling of numerous appeals and disputes before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board. He has successfully negotiated hundreds of agreements in diverse fields ranging from software to consumer goods to apparel.
Prior to founding the firm, Adam practiced in the intellectual property departments of McCarter & English LLP and Kane Kessler PC, where he gained experience in practice areas including intellectual property transactions and federal litigation.
Adam attended the University of Michigan Law School, where he was an Associate Editor of the Michigan Telecommunications and Technology Law Review and active in the Entertainment Law Student Association. Adam earned his B.A. in Government from Franklin & Marshall College and is a member of Pi Sigma Alpha, the National Political Science Honor Society. While in college, Adam was Chairman of the Committee of Student Conduct and represented the student body as Vice President and Parliamentarian of the Student Senate.
In his spare time Adam enjoys international travel, single malt whisky and rooting for the hated Yankees.
Matthew S. Crosby’s practice focuses on trademark clearance, counseling and prosecution. He represents clients in varied industries including software, apparel, consumer goods, media, entertainment, foods, direct-to-consumer and publishing.
Matthew attended the University of Michigan Law School, where he was an Associate Editor of the Michigan Telecommunications and Technology Law Review. He also possesses a Master of City and Regional Planning degree and B.A. degrees in both Psychology and Philosophy from Rutgers University.
In his spare time Matthew enjoys playing the drums and maintains an interest in urban revitalization.
Aryeh Kaufman’s practice focuses on litigation, intellectual property portfolio development and business counseling. He has a particular passion for representing early stage companies and a keen instinct for using the law to help these clients grow.
Aryeh earned his juris doctorate from Southwestern Law School and holds a B.A. in Philosophy from UCLA. He is active in the Los Angeles legal community, where he is a member of the Anti-Defamation League’s Legal Advisory Committee, and is the Young Lawyer's Division Liaison to the ABA’s Intellectual Property Section.