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Day Pitney Elects New Partner Alumnus Alex Garens

Jan. 11, 2021
Category: Career

Day Pitney LLP announced that it elected four new partners, one of which is alumnus Alex Garens, effective January 1, 2021. The promoted partners practice in two of its three core departments, Litigation and Corporate, and represent clients across practice areas, including Mergers, Acquisitions and Joint Ventures; Investment Management and Private Funds; Intellectual Property; and Energy and Utilities.

“These distinguished and talented lawyers embody the values and commitment to client service that is integral to the success of our firm, and we wholeheartedly welcome them to the partnership. We know they will continue to strive for top-of-the-line service and continue to grow as professionals,” said Tom Goldberg, Day Pitney’s Managing Partner.

Alex P. Garens advises corporations across diverse industries on issues at the intersection of intellectual property and technology. He assists clients on trademark, copyright, and advertising issues, and regularly guides clients throughout the lifecycle of brand management: identifying, clearing, and securing protection for intellectual property assets, as well as developing and implementing a global brand strategy for the continued management, expansion, protection, and enforcement of their intellectual property rights.

Garens also assists clients with structuring, drafting, and negotiating agreements and transactions that relate to intellectual property, technology, data and privacy, such as licenses, SaaS agreements, services agreements, data privacy agreements and addendums, terms of use agreements, sponsorship and co-promotion agreements, sweepstakes and promotional contest rules, among other commercial agreements and internal company resources for data privacy compliance and best practices. He earned his J.D., cum laude, from Boston University School of Law, and his B.A. from the University of Wisconsin, Madison. Garens is admitted to practice in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

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