Jordana S. Rubel advises clients on a variety of intellectual property (IP) matters, including litigation, unfair competition, licensing, and patent, trademark, and copyright prosecution and enforcement. With many companies now holding international trademark portfolios, Jordana also counsels clients on developing international IP strategies that protect their brands worldwide. She regularly advises companies on international trademark portfolio management, including initiating and defending trademark opposition and cancellation actions and litigation.
Companies turn to Jordana for advice regarding enforcement matters, and she represents clients in US federal court litigation involving trademark, copyright, and unfair competition matters, and in Trademark Trial and Appeal Board cancellation and opposition proceedings.
Before joining Morgan Lewis, Jordana was an associate in the intellectual property group at a Washington, DC, law firm. Prior to that, she served as a law clerk to Judge David F. Hamilton of the US District Court for the Southern District of Indiana.
As part of her pro bono practice, Jordana serves on the advisory board of the Children’s Law Center, a Washington, DC–based nonprofit that represents at-risk children in matters involving housing, education, and domestic violence. Prior to her career in law, Jordana was a middle school teacher in New York and Massachusetts public schools.
Emory University School of Law, 2007, J.D., Cum Laude