Represented Petróleos Mexicanos in connection with the implementation a global trademark filing strategy and enforcing its marks
Lauren C. Chamblee
Lauren Chamblee's intellectual curiosity and aptitude for orchestrating and communicating solutions to complex problems led her to a career in law. Combined with an interest in marketing and a voracious appetite for exploring creative content, intellectual property work seemed a perfect fit, and Lauren aims to be a perfect fit for her clients.
Whether a client offers apparel items, sprits, luxury furniture, internet services, medical devices, cars, or the gas that makes them run, brand and content owners from various industries work with Lauren to address their trademark and copyright concerns. Lauren develops global trademark filing strategies, conducts trademark clearances searches, and manages trademark portfolios, but her practice also focuses on intellectual property litigation, enforcement, and counseling related to trademark, copyright, and domain name matters, which allows Lauren to provide brand and content owners with strategic insights regarding how to strengthen their enforcement positions from day one and mitigate the chances of future litigation.
Lauren has worked with clients in proceedings before the Trademark Trial & Appeal Board, the International Trade Commission, and in federal court and has also been involved in the triennial notice of proposed rulemaking procedure at the U.S. Copyright Office in connection with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act.
Prior to joining Hogan Lovells, Lauren began her legal career as a lawyer for National Public Radio, Inc. where she worked in the areas of media law and online copyright and domain name infringement.
Prior to law school, Lauren worked as a litigation paralegal at a large Chicago-based firm and assisted with the representation of refugees before the immigration courts both prior to and throughout law school.