John Nading practices in the areas of trademark and copyright, and related intellectual property matters, including unfair competition, false advertising, right of publicity, and new media.

John focuses on trademark and copyright litigation and related contentious intellectual property matters in federal court and before the United States Trademark Trial and Appeal Board. John has handled cases in almost half the states around the country, and has spear-headed multi-pronged litigation around the world as part of global disputes.

In addition to litigation, John provides intellectual property counseling, including as to the selection, adoption, and use of trademarks, and domestic and international trademark procurement and enforcement, helping global companies protect and enforce their brands.

With a background in art history and the visual arts, John has long had an interest in intellectual property issues and the creativity unique to this practice area.