David Grossman

Loeb & Loeb (Los Angeles)
Lawyer (Partner)

David Grossman’s practice focuses on intellectual property and business litigation. Mr. Grossman has represented a variety of clients in all aspects of litigation, including prosecuting and defending claims involving trademark and trade dress infringement, idea submission, false advertising, copyright infringement and unfair competition. Mr. Grossman also has extensive experience in litigating commercial business disputes and appeals in both federal and state courts.

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Articles

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David Grossman, Jonathan Zavin, W. Allan Edmiston The US District Court for the District of Minnesota dismisses an antitrust complaint on the basis that copyright owners may exclude others from using even portions of their work in the market for footage of professional football games (Washington/NFL)

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Plaintiffs Gene Washington, Diron Talbert, and Sean Lumpkin, former professional football players, brought a class action suit against the National Football League and a number of affiliated entities, including each of the 32 NFL teams, alleging that the NFL defendants, by constraining (...)

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