Mitchell E. Radin


Mitchell E. Radin is a partner and is a well-known attorney in the trademark field with over 20 years representing companies and individuals in a wide variety of industries. He counsels and represents clients both in the United States and internationally on brand development and strategic planning and on protection and commercialization of intellectual property.

Mr. Radin graduated from Yale Law School (J.D.). He also holds a Masters of Law in Trade Regulation from New York University School of Law and is a graduate of Hamilton College (B.A., Summa Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa). He was a law clerk for the Honorable Stanley S. Brotman, of the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey.

He counsels clients on trademark selection, adoption, use, and registration; and on dispute resolution and litigation involving trademarks, trade dress, copyrights and designs. He also handles commercial transactions involving the licensing, development, and sale of trademarks, copyrights, patents, technology, designs, and know-how and on the various relationships, such as between licensor and licensee and licensor and agent.

Mitchell's clients are involved in manufacturing and service areas, consumer products, design, publishing, licensing, and entertainment.

Mr. Radin is a member of the Intellectual Property sections of the American Bar Association and New York Bar Association, and an associate member of the International Trademark Association. He is the firm contact for LIMA (Licensing Industry Merchandisers' Association).

He currently serves on the Board of Trustees and Executive Counsel of the Visual Art Center of New Jersey.

In addition to private practice, Mitchell served as in-house Trademark Counsel with a large multi-national corporation, whose products included pharmaceuticals, health care products, and confectionery products.

He has lectured and written on trademarks and marketing and has been a speaker on trademarks at various programs. He is the author of the article "Disclaimers As A Remedy For Trademark Infringement: Inadequacies And Alternatives," 76 Trademark Reporter 59, 1986 which was relied on by the Second Circuit Court of Appeals in Home Box Office v. Showtime / The Movie Channel, 832 F.2d 1311, 1315, 1316 (2nd Cir. 1987).

He was chosen by the International Bar Association for inclusion in Who's Who Legal USA - Trademarks 2006.

Mr. Radin is admitted to practice in New York State and the Federal District Court for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York.