BakerHostetler adds partner in LA from Foley & Lardner
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BakerHostetler adds partner in LA from Foley & Lardner

Miriam Beezy has joined BakerHostetler as a partner in the intellectual property group and member of the trade mark and copyright teams


She joins from Foley & Lardner, where she served as chair of the firm’s trade mark, copyright, and advertising practice and co-chair of the entertainment and media industry team.

Beezy has trade mark experience across many industries, including work for entertainment, life sciences, consumer products, technology, and internet commerce companies. In her 10 years at Foley, she developed and managed IP portfolios for global companies. In private practice, she has protected the trade marks of several music groups, including the Rolling Stones and the famous series of tongue logos, the Wiggles, Pearl Jam, Ozomatli, and Korn. She protected and handled IP work for clients such as Muhammad Ali, Jane Seymour, Roseanne Barr, Wayne Gretzky, and Robert DeNiro’s company Tribeca and the Tribeca Film Festival.

While serving as chief trade mark counsel of The Walt Disney Company, she managed the company’s worldwide trade mark portfolio.

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