Samar Aryani-Sabet concentrates her practice on intellectual property and technology matters, including:
- Domestic and international intellectual property counseling, clearance, and enforcement
- Trademark portfolio management
- Prosecution of trademark and service mark applications before the United States Patent and Trademark Office
- Intellectual property licensing, including negotiation and preparation of license agreements
- Copyright counseling
- Counseling in domain name disputes and other Internet issues
- Intellectual property and technology transactions, mergers, and acquisitions, including due diligence
- Technology agreements, including negotiation and preparation of software and data agreements
- Commercial agreements, including negotiation, review, and drafting of a broad range of business contracts for goods and services
- Domestic and international privacy and data protection matters
- Intellectual property litigation in federal jurisdictions and before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board
Samar previously served as an intellectual property paralegal at Blank Rome prior to attending law school. She began her legal career as a federal law clerk to the Honorable David R. Strawbridge of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
During law school, Samar was a staff editor for the Temple Law Review and served as a research editor for the Temple Law Review editorial board. There she was named “Staff Editor of the Year” in 2015 and authored the published note, “Battered Iranian Immigrant Women & the Effectiveness of U.S. Anti-Violence Remedies,” in 2016.