Lauren Matturri was sworn into the New York Bar on January 17, 2019. She focuses her practice on trademark litigation. prosecution, and enforcement. During law school Ms. Matturri interned at both a major financial institution and a well-known fashion brand. She was a member of Villanova Law Review where she also was published with an article on statutory damages in counterfeit fashion cases. She participated in her school’s Intellectual Property Concentration and was President of the Fashion Law Society. Prior to law school Ms. Matturri graduated with honors in Government and Law from Lafayette College. Ms. Matturri is working on her admissions to the Connecticut Bar and plans on being admitted later this year.
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