Justin Thiele is an Associate in Glaser Weil’s Intellectual Property Department. His practice focuses on copyright, trademark and trade secrets litigation.
Prior to joining Glaser Weil, Mr. Thiele was an judicial extern for the Hon. Christina A. Snyder, where he assisted with legal research, drafting legal memoranda and bench opinions. He also worked for the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office as a legal intern in Bangkok, Thailand under the Overseas IP Attaché for Southeast Asia. While in Bangkok, Mr. Thiele prepared memos and reports on comparative Asian IP law; participated in advocacy to improve Asian IP laws for the benefit of U.S. stakeholders; and prepared memos on the future application of the Trans-Pacific Partnership in Asia. Mr. Thiele has further experience with administrative complaints to OSHA for Sarbanes-Oxley violations; writing and contributing to motions and oppositions for attachment, exclusion of evidence; and writing memos on Sarbanes-Oxley, binding arbitrations, copyright licensing and royalties, trademarks and domain name disputed, non-compete clauses and state law.
Before entering law school, Mr. Thiele worked in the entertainment industry for four years in areas ranging from production and development to agency and representation.
"Supreme Court Cuts Through the Noise to Clarify Copyrightability of Designs in Useful Articles," Glaser Weil's Intellectual Property Blog – IP File, March 24, 2017