Tsan Abrahamson’s practice focuses on strategic counseling in the areas of social media, sweepstakes, intellectual property, advertising, trademark clearance, trademark and copyright prosecution, licensing, and other business transactions. She also manages the adverse proceedings practice at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office Trademark Trial and Appeal Board. Tsan has an extensive practice in the area of marketing promotions, including social media promotions, gift card and gift certificate marketing, print and online sweepstakes, contests, give-aways, warranties, rebates, and coupon promotions. Tsan completed her undergraduate work at Dartmouth College, and received both her JD and MBA from the UCLA School of Law and The Anderson Graduate School of Management.
Ashima A. Dayal is a partner in the Advertising, Marketing & Promotions; Entertainment, Media & Sports; Intellectual Property; and Digital Media Practice Groups of Davis & Gilbert. Ms. Dayal is also a member of the firm’s Diversity Committee. Her practice concentrates on advising the firm’s advertising, media and entertainment clients on all aspects of copyright, trademark, right of publicity, and defamation law. Additionally, she has considerable experience resolving complex issues and disputes raising false advertising, unfair competition, misappropriation of idea, e-commerce and contract concerns, and she regularly participates in all manner of civil litigation (including infringement suits and consumer class actions), government investigations and other adversarial proceedings related to these areas of law. Ms. Dayal has argued before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, the Southern District of New York, and the National Advertising Review Board and the National Advertising Division of the Council of Better Business Bureaus. She also counsels clients on entertainment union and guild issues pertaining to television, radio and Internet advertising.
Ms. Dayal negotiates, drafts and reviews a wide array of agreements on both the advertiser and advertising agency sides, including licenses for use of entertainment, fine art and literary materials, production agreements, talent agreements, sponsorship agreements, agency/client agreements and contracts in the new media field. Ms. Dayal has been recognized by The Legal 500 United States in the area of intellectual property: copyright (2014-2017) and in the area of advertising and marketing (2017). She has also been recognized in Media Law International’s rankings (2015-2017)for her work in the area of media law. She is a regular speaker on intellectual property and marketing law issues and has lectured at the Fashion Institute of Technology, Laboratory Institute of Merchandising (LIM College) and Fordham University among others.