Commercial litigator with background in disputes over entity management, breaches of contract, real property issues and trademark infringement. Known for crafting creative arguments after detailed analysis. Collaborative and relationship-focused approach informs litigation strategy.
Laura Langberg litigates complex commercial matters, bringing a detail-oriented approach and creative solutions to complicated issues. She helps businesses navigate and litigate disagreements among their principals and stakeholders. She also assists individuals and businesses in disagreements with others over contractual obligations, real property issues, intellectual property rights and defamation. She has represented clients in state and federal courts in Nevada and California, and the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board.
Counsel to former members of Creedence Clearwater Revival in licensing royalty and trademark cases against record label and John Fogerty in the Central District of California.
Represented a corporation holding a large number of trademarks and domain names in a variety of actions seeking recovery of infringing domain names and damages for trademark infringement.
Co-author, Clark County Bar Association, August 2, 2022
State Bar of Nevada
California State Bar
Clark County Bar Association
Nevada State Bar Association Intellectual Property Section Secretary, 2012
Nevada State Bar Association Intellectual Property Section CLE Committee Co-Chair, 2010-2011
Board of Directors, Collaboration Center Foundation
Super Lawyers, Mountain States, 2013 - 2015
CALI Award Recipient, Advanced Intellectual Property Seminar, 2006
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