Focuses her practice on trademark searches, prosecution, litigation, 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.
J.D., Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law, 2018
B.A., Lafayette College, 2014
States of Connecticut and New York
Understanding the California Consumer Privacy Act’s Effect on Businesses, June 29, 2020
Trademark Rights Have Entered the Game, April 6, 2020
Buyers Beware: Best Practices for Shopping Online During the Holiday Season, December 12, 2019
#sponsored: The Role of Influencers on Social Media in Light of FTC Regulations, September 6, 2019
Whose Photo Is It Anyway? Image Ownership on Instagram, April 3, 2019
Race to the Courthouse: The role of Declaratory Judgements in Trademark Infringement Cases, January 31, 2019
Hold the Donuts: The DUNKIN Trademark Without the Donuts, October 16, 2018.