Andrew C. Landsman joined Godfrey & Kahn in 2010 and is an associate member of the firm's Intellectual Property Practice Group in Milwaukee.
Andrew counsels clients on U.S. and international patent, trademark, copyright, and other intellectual property and technology issues. His experience includes preparation of U.S. patent applications, preparation of U.S. and foreign trademark applications, drafting IP and technology license agreements, participating in patent and trademark lawsuits, counseling clients on privacy and internet use policies, and assisting clients with domain name issues.
Andrew received his law degree from The John Marshall Law School, where he also earned an Intellectual Property Certificate. While at John Marshall, Andrew served as Electronic Production Editor of the John Marshall Review of Intellectual Property Law and wrote "Fender Bender: 3D Computer Modeling of Commercial Objects and the Meshwerks v. Toyota Decision," published by the John Marshall Review of Intellectual Property Law. Andrew received his mechanical engineering degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Prior to law school, Andrew spent three years in industry working as both a manufacturing engineer and a design engineer.
Admitted To Practice
Wisconsin - 2010
United States Patent and Trademark Office - 2010
Juris Doctor, John Marshall Law School
Bachelor of Science, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Mechanical Engineering