The Law Office of Diane M. Chubb, Esq.Intellectual Property Law For Your 21st Century Business
About The Firm
Established in 2005, the Law Office of Diane M. Chubb, Esq. brings Attorney Chubb’s nearly 20 years of experience to businesses, creatives and inventors who seek intellectual property protection for their assets. We assist organizations in establishing and preserving the value of their brands to allow them to take full advantage of their value through licensing and merchandising.
Our experience in the spectrum of the intellectual property field, from working on trademark and copyright acquisition and protection, to merchandising, litigation and corporate matters, gives our team a unique understanding of the needs of our clients and the corporate attorneys with whom we work to protect owner assets.
We work with businesses of all sizes to help them identify, register and protect the assets most vital to their success. Our work includes collaborating with other firms who counsel these organizations, ensuring that the right expertise is available at critical junctures for the business’ progress.
Creatives can and should protect the value of what they produce, and our work helps them do just that. Our work includes both identification and registration of protectable works, as well as protection of the agency itself to ensure the agency is able to maintain positive and successful relationships with their clients.
Whether entrepreneur or inventor, we recognize that innovators need someone to watch out for their best interest in both asset protection and business associations. We work directly with these forward-thinkers, including collaborating with other professionals in the legal arena to ensure that they can continue to be creative while protecting their investments.
It can be easy to get caught up in the day to day operations of a business, but I can count on Diane to understand the bigger picture and guide us accordingly.Brianna R
Diane is able to anticipate potential issues before they arise, and take steps to make sure there will be a quick and efficient resolution in place.Susan T
As a former agency owner, Diane understands my business in a way other attorneys do not. She gets it, and her counsel has been invaluable in bringing growth and competitive edge to what we do.MaryAnn P.
Diane M. Chubb, Esq.
Diane M. Chubb, Esq. specializes in intellectual property law, primarily in trademark and copyright law. Ms. Chubb has a broad range of experience in these fields, from trademark selection, clearance, acquisition and protection, copyright registration and licensing, domain name protection, protection of marketing materials, trade secrets and other confidential information, as well as merchandising, litigation and corporate issues.
Ms. Chubb graduated from Boston College with a B.A. in political science. She attended Franklin Pierce Law Center in Concord, NH where she obtained her law degree with a specialization in intellectual property law.
Ms. Chubb worked as legal counsel for Fox, Inc., the parent company to all of the Fox Studios entities worldwide. She was responsible for the protection of over 8000 trademarks internationally. Her job involved protecting some Fox’s most valuable properties, such as “The Simpsons” and “The X-Files,” from infringement and counterfeiting worldwide. She was also involved in ground-breaking litigation regarding the use of photographs to create unlicensed merchandise. Ms. Chubb later moved to the law firm of Jeffer, Mangels, Butler & Marmaro, LLP in Los Angeles, and upon relocation to New England, she started her own law firm and co-founded a unique design agency that featured trademark protection for all brands developed by the firm.
No matter the size of the business, Ms. Chubb works to identify and protect all intellectual property assets, and with careful planning to avoid potential disputes so that company resources can be utilized for growth and success.
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