Tanya Curcio counsels clients regarding intellectual property and develops global strategies for registration and enforcement of domestic and foreign trademarks and copyrights. Tanya advises clients on matters involving the drafting and negotiation of entertainment-based agreements, transfer and acquisition of intellectual property rights, trademark and copyright licenses, and music licensing. She has handled negotiations and disputes for clients in a wide range of industries and is particularly well known for her work in the entertainment sector. She has also had significant experience litigating cases before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB).
Tanya began her legal career at a boutique entertainment firm in New York City, where she negotiated and drafted recording, publishing, and other entertainment-related agreements for high-profile clients, including recording artists, music publishers and producers, songwriters, and music-distribution technologies. She has managed the global trademark portfolios for a wide variety of industries, including for fashion designers and brands, national and international hotels, restaurants and food brands, consumer goods, and healthcare companies. Prior to attending law school, Tanya worked at a leading global record label and music publisher, where she handled matters involving music licensing and the calculation of royalties.