Ben Bryer is an associate at Ladas & Parry in the New York office.
Ben’s practice concentrates on trademarks, copyrights, brand protection, and commercial transactions. He advises clients on aspects of U.S. and international trademark law, including trademark clearance, prosecution, maintenance, licensing, enforcement and litigation. He has experience working with diverse clients in the multiple industries on various IP-related matters. Prior to joining the firm, Ben worked as an associate at Sadis & Goldberg LLP.
Ben graduated from Gettysburg College in 2009, where he received a B.A., while majoring in History and minoring in East Asia Studies. He earned his J.D. at The Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University in 2015, with a concentration in Intellectual Property. At Hofstra, he was the Editor of Solicitations of the law school’s Journal of International Business and Law (JIBL), and the Media Editor for Hofstra’s Intellectual Property Law Association (HIPLA).
In his spare time, Ben enjoys tennis, reading, running, and learning about business and entrepreneurship.