Lynne Boisineau focuses her practice on trademark prosecution, counseling, enforcement and licensing, as well as providing litigation support in the areas of trademark, right of publicity and copyright. Lynne has managed upwards of 4,000 marks at once.
Lynne assists clients with intellectual property issues related to social media, smartphone apps, and infringing content removal. Lynne also has significant experience in domain name proceedings under the Uniform Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP) and the Uniform Rapid Suspension (URS) System.
After law school, Lynne joined a small law firm where she focused on all aspects of intellectual property prosecution and litigation. At that firm, Lynne served as second chair in numerous litigation matters related to trademarks and copyrights, both in the federal courts and before the Trademark Trial and Appeals Board of the U.S. Trademark Office.
Lynne joined McDermott Will & Emery in 2009, where she continued her practice of global brand registration and enforcement and was the firm’s only registered Trademark Agent for the Trademark Clearinghouse–the most important rights protection mechanism established by ICANN in relation to the launch of the new generic top-level domain name program (the gTLDs).
Lynne founded Boisineau Law in 2018. She frequently speaks and writes on topics of interest to the IP community. Her articles on the Right of Publicity and Social Media have appeared in the ABA’s Landslide Magazine and GPSOLO Magazine “best of” issue, and she authored the right of publicity chapter of the ABA’s Computer Games and Immersive Entertainment, 2d Ed. (2019). Lynne is ranked in the World Trademark Review 1000: The World's Leading Trademark Professionals (2014-2018).
Lynne is the co-chair of the Women in IP Committee of the Orange County Intellectual Property Organization as well as being an active member of the Trademark Enforcement Policy Advocacy Committee for the International Trademark Association.
She is admitted to practice law in all of the Districts of the State of California.