Govinda Davis is an Associate with the firmís litigation department. She works on a broad range of matters with the firmís trademark and copyright litigation teams and Internet domain name disputes. Prior to joining Collen IP, Govinda worked at a New Jersey-based law firm that specialized in intellectual property litigation. While in law school, Govinda held positions in intellectual property and entertainment law with several law firms, music publishers, record labels and at corporations such as Universal Music Group and NBC Universal. Govinda also completed an internship with a federal judge for the District of New Jersey. Govinda was involved in the Entertainment and Sports Law Society, the Diversity Council, the American Bar Association and was the 2011 Black Law Students Association Writing Competition winner.
Govinda received Juris Doctor degree at Seton Hall University School of Law, and her undergraduate degree in Political Science with a minor in Music Industry from Northeastern University in Boston. While attending Northeastern University, she also studied in emersion programs in Seville, Spain and Niger, Africa. As an undergrad, Govinda was involved with community service in Boston by running a mentoring program to help inner city students navigate the college application process, and volunteering with Horizons for Homeless Children.
She is admitted to practice in the State of New York and the State of New Jersey.