George Sciarrino is an Associate at Ladas & Parry in the New York Office.
George’s practice concentrates on trademarks, copyrights, domain names, brand protection, and intellectual property transactions. He advises clients on all aspects of U.S. and international trademark law, including trademark clearance, prosecution, maintenance and enforcement. George has experience counseling clients across a variety of industries, including industrial products, entertainment, media, healthcare, hospitality, fashion, and fine arts.
George graduated cum laude from New York Law School where he was a John Marshall Harlan Honors Scholar affiliated with the Institute for Information Law and Policy. In addition he served as an editor for the Law Review and as Vice President of the Outlaws Law Students Association.
Prior to law school, George earned a B.A. in Theatre Arts from Rollins College and an A.A.S. in Fashion Design from Parsons School of Design. He has previous experience working with film and theatrical productions and in apparel design for a global lifestyle brand. George’s inspiration for his work in intellectual property arises from an appreciation for creativity in all shapes and forms.
Prior to joining the Firm, he worked in the intellectual property and business and commercial litigation groups at a National Law Journal top-ranked law firm.
George is a member of the New York City Bar Fashion Law Committee and is committed to providing counsel to artists, independent designers, and start-up companies.
In his spare time, George enjoys hiking, theatre, and art exhibitions.