Gina Durham focuses her practice in the area of trademark, copyright, right of publicity, trade dress, and false advertising.  She is an experienced trial attorney and strategist.   

Gina represents some of the most well-known companies in the world and has achieved favorable outcomes in consequential matters for clients like NIKE, the Estate of Marilyn Monroe, and Harley Davidson.  

In each matter she handles, she brings to bear her deep understanding of the full life cycle of rights creation, clearance, prosecution, and trends in enforcement and litigation.  Gina approaches matters from a global perspective, often coordinating multijurisdictional strategies to advance the interests of her multinational clients primarily in the technology, media and retail sectors.  

Gina also has two decades of experience in disputes surrounding questions of proprietary rights on the Internet, having successfully litigated the enforceability of online terms of use, civil claims under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, and Internet crawling disputes.