TroyGould’s John Ulin Chairs USC Gould School of Law’s 2021 Intellectual Property Institute.
With more than 25 years of experience, John Ulin is a leader in the intellectual property bar and a distinguished trial lawyer. He has represented television networks, movies studios, music companies, major sports leagues, and technology, software and apparel companies in cutting edge copyright litigation involving infringement and fair use, digital piracy, and new technologies, among other issues. He has also earned a reputation for successful trademark enforcement and counterfeit prevention, representing some of the world’s leading brand owners in the entertainment, consumer products, apparel and toy industries, among others. Mr. Ulin also enjoys a rich pro bono practice. He has been recognized by the ACLU and Common Cause for his work involving voting rights, educational equity, immigrants’ rights and legal protection for the homeless.
TroyGould is an innovative, mid-sized firm that uses creative and cost-effective means to help its clients achieve their goals. The firm’s clients range from start-ups to middle-market and Fortune 500 companies in a variety of industries, including life sciences, technology, financial services, food and beverage, entertainment/media, manufacturing, real estate, consumer products, health care and natural resources. For more information, visit TroyGould.com.