Tamar Duvdevani is the New York Chair of the Intellectual Property and Technology group, the Co-Chair of the Consumer Goods and Retail Subsectors, and has broad experience with disputes involving trademarks and trade dress, copyrights, right of publicity, false advertising, patent and digital media issues, as well as other commercial litigation matters such as complex contract/licensing disputes and arbitrations.
Tamar regularly provides guidance to retailers, media and consumer products companies on a variety of intellectual property and other legal issues important to their industries. As noted in the 2021 World Trademark Review 1000 rankings, Tamar is “a staunch advocate for fashion, media and consumer products companies” and is “accessible, available, practical and efficient – and a personable lawyer who cares deeply about clients and their products and business.” She is a highly experienced intellectual property litigator that has successfully argued her cases before the Second Circuit and district courts throughout the country. In addition, Tamar works with global companies on strategic rebranding initiatives and trademark, copyright and right of publicity licensing issues. Following law school, Tamar clerked in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York for Magistrate Judge Andrew J. Peck. She serves on the S.D.N.Y. / E.D.N.Y. Rules Committee and the Intellectual Property committee of the Federal Bar Council. Tamar was highlighted in the 2020 inaugural edition of New York’s top 20 Power Lawyers by The Hollywood Reporter.