• Defended a national food company in litigation concerning its coconutmilk product and related claims regarding the product. Tamany secured dismissal of the case at the pleading stage based on the fact that none of the statements were false and it was not reasonable to conclude consumers had been mislead
  • Defended a national food case is a novel litigation attempting to enforce California's Proposition 65 outside of the regular Proposition 65 procedural requirements. The case concerned whether alleged violations of Proposition 65 could be enforced under California's other consumer protection statutes
  • Secured summary judgment for a national retailer facing copyright and trade dress claims. The decision was a rare application of basic contract principles to find that the plaintiff lacked any ownership interest in the asserted intellectual property because the assignments in its chain of title lacked consideration.
  • Defended several stock photography companies in litigation before the Eastern District of Texas involving methods for managing intellectual property over a network
  • Litigation counsel for several digital media companies, including those that operate the most visited websites in the world. She handles several patent litigation matters for these companies involving the technology behind the distribution of media over the internet and mobile based platforms
  • Litigation counsel for a large digital media company in Los Angeles, including enforcement of its copyrights on digital content it distributes on its highly trafficked YouTube network
  • Litigation counsel for a major movie studio in several jurisdictions in cases concerning the technologies used to compress data and author DVDs and Blu-ray discs
  • Litigation counsel for several nutritional supplement companies facing several cases across multiple districts, including cases filed by competitors and patent trolls
  • Defended a well-known artist in a series of cases involving the use of iconic photographs as the basis for his artwork. The case focused on the bounds of the fair use doctrine in copyright law and what limitations it places on the creation of art
  • Intellectual property counsel for a celebrity embroiled in a trademark dispute in the Central District of California involving the sale of a holiday themed t-shirt and online sweepstakes
  • Secured summary judgment for a biopharmaceutical company in the District of Delaware and defeated unfair competition claims based on its usage of a virus for a vaccine
  • Represented the heirs of an iconic artist in a dispute in the District of Arizona concerning whether sculpture molds that were created in 1919 were subject to copyright protection and who was the appropriate owner of any copyrights