I help clients in various industries register, protect, enforce, and license their trademarks and copyrights all over the world.
Natasha Reed’s practice covers all aspects of trademark and copyright law with an emphasis on global protection for multinational businesses, anti-counterfeiting and enforcement litigation. She has assisted owners of some of the world’s most famous brands with their trademark and copyright needs and is known for her innovation and acute ability to understand her client’s business and needs.
Natasha is a leading trademark, copyright, and brand management attorney. She assists clients in developing strategic plans for enforcing their global brands, from managing trademark portfolios for domestic and international clients to litigation involving among other areas, trademark and copyright infringement, anti-counterfeiting, and false advertising, to negotiating and drafting trademark licenses. She is an expert in anti-counterfeiting litigation, and has experience coordinating a nationwide network of investigators and attorneys pursuing individuals and entities trafficking in counterfeit goods, particularly through online marketplaces and under infringing domain names.
Natasha is recognized in the World Trademark Review's WTR 1000 – The World's Leading Trademark Professionals, where she is described as an “anti-counterfeiting maven,” “excellent to consult with on online enforcement,” “perfectly understands her clients’ business needs,” and is “a real shot in the arm for Foley Hoag” given her “robust prosecution, litigation and transactions practice.” An esteemed expert in the area of anti-counterfeiting through on online marketplaces, Natasha was selected to testify before the U.S. House Judiciary Committee’s Subcommittee on Courts, Intellectual Property, and the Internet in a hearing on the Stopping Harmful Offers on Platforms by Screening Against Fakes in E-Commerce Act (SHOP SAFE).
Natasha regularly advises right holders in a broad range of industry sectors, including retail, fashion, luxury goods, consumer products, cannabis, and food and beverage, on strategies to strengthen domestic and foreign IP protection and enforcement. She also assists not-for-profits, artists, and cultural organizations on a pro bono basis with their trademark and copyright needs. Natasha also is passionate about providing pro bono representation in areas beyond intellectual property, including in areas such as immigration, racial justice and reproductive rights.