Catherine I. Seibel is an associate in the Intellectual Property Department who focuses her practice on matters involving copyright and trademark law. Catie represents a wide range of clients in across various industries such as media, pharmaceutical, fashion, and automotive. She advises clients on protecting their intellectual property and key brands and has litigated matters at all stages, from evaluating a claim all the way to post-trial briefing. Catie drafts agreements, pleadings, discovery requests and responses, briefs, memoranda, and motions. She has assisted in numerous depositions, and has prepared witnesses and experts for trial. Catie has handled matters in federal and state court, in the United States Trademark Trial and Appeal Board, and in arbitration.
Catie prides herself in serving the community though her pro bono practice. She has successfully assisted a pro bono client in obtaining clemency, and has assisted transgender individuals in the name change process. Recently, she has represented a local artist in a breach of contract action through the Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts.
During law school, Catie served as a research assistant to Professor Amy Adler, a leading expert of and frequent lecturer on the intersection of art and law.
New York University School of Law (J.D. 2016)
Senior Editor, Journal of Intellectual Property and Entertainment Law
Participant, INTA Saul Lefkowitz Moot Court Competition
Franklin & Marshall College (B.A., summa cum laude, 2013)
Member, Phi Beta Kappa and Pi Sigma Alpha National Honor Societies