Chris Glancy is an intellectual property lawyer with a broad range of experience. He has litigated and tried cases involving patents, trademarks, copyrights, trade secrets, and false advertising, as well as contract disputes.
As a member of our global Data, Privacy and Cyber Security Group, Chris counsels clients on U.S. data privacy law. He also keeps abreast of the latest developments in IP law relating to the internet and e-commerce and regularly counsels clients on these issues.
He has represented clients in a wide array of industries, including the pharmaceutical, music, television, sports, ecommerce, publishing, finance, automotive, jewelry, and telecommunications industries.
"White & Case Digital Health Conference", 2014:
"'Viacom v. YouTube': The Second Circuit construes the DMCA safe-harbor for user uploaded content", 2012: Law Seminars Int'l
A Survey of 2010 Dilution Cases: Comparison of the Standard Used to Evaluate the Similarity of the Marks in Dilution by Blurring Decisions, Inside the Minds: Recent Trends in Trademark Protection, Aspatore, 2011 ed., (co-author)
The Trademark Dilution Revision Act of 2006 Clarification and Expansion of the Fair Use Exception, MLRC Media Law Letter, October 31, 2006, (co-author)
Searching for Clarity: Trademark Disputes Over Keyword Advertising Have Returned Confusing Results, IP Law & Business, January 2006
End of the Domain Goldrush? An Overview of the Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act, Internet Law & Business, January 2000