Thomas P. Gulick


Mr. Gulick's work as a Senior Associate entails the prosecution of copyright and trademark applications. Tom has counseled both international and domestic clients in matters pertaining to copyright and trademark infringement, trade secrets, arbitration, mediation, domain name disputes and other intellectual property matters. In addition, Tom has overseen and coordinated many oppositions both in the United States and internationally and is experienced with U.S. Customs seizures. He has filed appeals with the Copyright Office Board of Review, petitions to cancel copyright registrations with the Copyright Office and is actively involved in trademark and copyright litigations including depositions and appeals in federal courts.

Mr. Gulick has ventured into the blogging world with the launch of his new copyright blog ©chronicle at It is a weekly blog covering and reviewing the most recent copyright news, court rulings, and views. Tom has been appointed to serve on the Enforcement Committee for the International Trademark Association for the next two years. Tom has also lectured at intellectual property CLEs at Pace University Law School.

Prior to joining Collen IP, Tom practiced primarily in the area of litigation but also included PIP arbitrations, negotiations on subrogation settlements, and motions practice.

Mr. Gulick received his Bachelor of Arts Degree from Boston College in Communications and his Juris Doctorate Degree from Wake Forest University where he was an editor for the Wake Forest University Intellectual Property Journal. During law school he worked for the City of Philadelphia Law Department (Intellectual Property Unit) on trademark, copyright infringement, and domain name issues.

Tom is admitted to practice in Massachusetts, New Jersey, and New York. He is also admitted in the Southern District of New York, the Eastern District of New York, and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.