Andrew Price, co-chair of Venable's Trademark, Copyright & Licensing Group, is a globally recognized IP attorney who helps clients establish, protect, and profit from their brands worldwide. Andrew manages large portfolios of trademarks, exploits IP opportunities, and controls crisis situations for clients of all sizes—from startups and celebrities to nonprofits and multinational corporations. He focuses on brand strategy, as well as clearing, registering, licensing, enforcing and defending all types of trademarks worldwide (e.g., brand names, logos, slogans, trade dress such as product configuration, and nontraditional marks such as motion marks).
Andrew's practice includes bringing and defending opposition and cancellation actions before the U.S. Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB). He also works closely with the firm’s Intellectual Property Litigation Group to bring and defend against trademark-related lawsuits, including preliminary injunction motions, in U.S. federal court, and has settled cases by mediation. Abroad Andrew oversees a personal network of top foreign lawyers in a full range of trademark work, from searching to litigation, and has significant experience in China.
Andrew is a member of Venable’s Diversity Committee.
Andrew has received high praise in the World Trademark Review (WTR) 1000 for many years, including for a "fantastic global perspective," "first-class knowledge of trademark law," and "superb understanding of clients and their needs" (WTR 1000, 2012-2019). He is "wholeheartedly recommended" for his "smart, dedicated and extremely creative approach. His ability to infuse life into even the driest legal issues is second to none" (WTR 1000, 2014). He has also been called an "arch strategist" who achieves "the perfect balance of being detail focused without losing sight of the big picture" (WTR 1000, 2013 and 2015).