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London is an associate at Sunstein. She concentrates her practice in trademark law and has a broad range of intellectual property experience. Prior to joining Sunstein, London worked at a full-service law firm in Arkansas handling cases across a variety of practice areas and gained experience in litigation, mediation, and depositions. She has also worked as an intern in the Civil Division of the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Boston and as a research assistant for an intellectual property law professor while attending law school.
Counsels clients on trademark law issues.
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London is admitted to practice in Arkansas and in Federal District Courts in Arkansas.
“What do You Meme It’s Not Funny?- Important Intellectual Property Considerations of Memes and the Internet Age," awarded second-place in the Boston Patent Law Association’s annual writing competition.