Ted Prince is a senior counsel in the firm's Intellectual Property Group with more than 48 years of experience litigating and prosecuting trademark cases before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and in federal and state courts. He also has extensive experience in counseling clients on how to protect their intellectual property and in negotiating settlements of disputed matters.
Mr. Prince is on the advisory board of the United States Patents Quarterly and is a member of the International Trademark Association. He has written or lectured on a variety of trademark matters and has been an adjunct professor of law at George Washington University teaching a trademark prosecution course to paralegals.
Ted received his B.S. from Yale University in 1959 and was a member of Tau Beta Pi. He received his J.D. from the University of Virginia Law School in 1962 and commenced practicing law in 1963 after serving in the United States Army. Ted has completed training by the Center for Public Resources Inc. and International Trademark Association as a mediator and has mediated various trademark disputes. Ted has also served as an expert witness in various trademark cases.
- Trademark counsel to international manufacturers in a variety of fields including cosmetics, steel, and enzymes.
- Counsel to various outside attorneys in the trademark field.