Mark Lebow is a founding partner in the Washington, D.C. metro area office of Ladas & Parry located in Alexandria, Virginia.
Mark represents clients throughout the world, manages company trademark portfolios in more than 50 different foreign countries, has lectured on current topics in trademark law in Europe and Asia, and has prosecuted thousands of trademarks before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. He represents famous brands owned by companies worldwide. Mark has a loyal following of colleagues who seek his opinions and assistance for a variety of trademark matters.
Prior to joining Ladas & Parry, he was a Partner with Young & Thompson and supervised and managed its entire trademark practice for 12 years. Mark has been listed by Trademark Insider as one of the Top 50 trademark lawyers in the country, and has been listed by CT Corsearch as the #5 and #6 ranked trademark lawyer representing French and Italian companies in the U.S.
Mark represents or has represented many famous companies and trademarks, such as ALFA ROMEO® cars; BERETTA® guns; BUREAU VERITAS®; CAVIT® wines; CHATEAUNEUF-DU-PAPE® wines; DAIICHI SANKYO® pharmaceuticals; DELSEY® luggage; DENON® audio; DUCATI® motorcycles; GIVENCHY® perfumes; HERMES® designer goods; LALIQUE® designer goods; MOLESKINE® stationery; MONTE CARLO AUTOMOBILE™; NISSAN® cars; PIAGGIO® scooters and mopeds; PINIFARINA® car design; POP ROCKS® candy; RITTER SPORT® chocolates; SAN MIGUEL® beer; S.T. DUPONT® designer goods; SUBARU® cars; TEXAS PETE® hot sauce; T-FAL® cookware; TRUSSARDI® designer goods; and UCC® coffee.
Before turning to Intellectual Property law, he was a criminal prosecutor in Miami, Florida, and a criminal defense attorney in the Orlando, Florida area, with experience handling more than 50 jury trials as lead counsel.
In his free time he sings, plays blues and jazz guitar, loves to cook, and studies foreign languages.