David Kramer's practice is centered on trademark, copyright and media law with particular focus on the video game, television, fashion/retail and food service industries.

David assists both mature and emerging companies on all aspects of brand development from inception through international expansion and beyond. Key areas of experience include domestic and international trademark clearance and prosecution, brand development and protection, trademark portfolio management, trademark and copyright enforcement and litigation, intellectual property licensing agreements and due diligence, domain name dispute resolution, intellectual property issues arising on the Internet and in social media, as well as pre-publication media review.

David also has extensive experience with a variety of advertising and product packaging issues, including false and comparative advertising claims, and counsels clients on the implications of Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulations related to particular products and industries. Understanding these regulations plays a key role in developing risk management strategies, best practices, company policies, clearance/approval processes and promotional and marketing plans.

With a background in computer science and English literature, he has a deep-rooted interest in the intersection of technology, media and the law.