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DEBORAH COHN TRADEMARK - PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICIAL

For over 30 years, Deborah Cohn was a Patent and Trademark Office Official for the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Being an attorney for the office was a great experience for Cohn, who excelled in her positions and was the Commissioner of Trademarks for four years before retiring inDecember of 2014. Cohn left a huge mark in the success of the office.

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DEBORAH COHN TRADEMARK - PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICIAL

  1. 1. DEBORAH COHN TRADEMARK - PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICIAL For over 30 years, Deborah Cohn was a Patent and Trademark Office Official for the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Being an attorney for the office was a great experience for Cohn, who excelled in her positions and was the Commissioner of Trademarks for four years before retiring in December of 2014. Cohn left a huge mark in the success of the office.
  2. 2. Attorney with the Government Deborah Cohn earned her degrees from the American University and the George Mason University School of Law and later gained membership with the Virginia State Bar. With that membership and education under her belt, Deborah Cohn was employed by the Patent and Trademark Office in 1983. Serving there for over 30 years, Cohn stepped down and retired inDecember of 2014. Public Speaker Deborah Cohn excelled in her positions with the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Succeeding in a number of projects she had with the government since being hired in 1983, Cohn was invited to share her experience, knowledge and expertise in the field for professionals of all levels eager to learn. The now retired Cohn spoke at a number of venues including the American Bar Association and the American Intellectual Property Layers Association.
  3. 3. Commissioner of Trademarks After working with the United States Patent and Trademarks Office, for a number of years, Deborah Cohn’s dedication to her job paid off, and she was promoted to Commissioner of Trademarks. Cohn was honored to be promoted and did not take the position lightly, but came prepared to make a difference in the office. After accomplishing the changes and successfully leading her team, Cohn retired in January of 2015. Guest Lecturer Deborah Cohn’s success as a Patent and Trademark Office Official with the United States Patent and Trademark Office was noted by many in her field. She was invited to speak to professionals in her field. Seizing the opportunity, Cohn gave informative and inspiring speeches as a guest lecturer in venues such as the American Bar Association, American Intellectual Property Layers Association, and the International Trademark Association.
  4. 4. 31 Year Professional Career Deborah Cohn has had a multitude of success of the course of her 31-year professional career. As an attorney with the United States Patent and Trademark Office, Cohn examined countless trademark cases. An expert in trademark law, Deborah Cohn was an excellent Patent and Trademark Official for the government. After four years successfully serving as the Commissioner of Trademarks, Cohn retired in December 2014. Retired Commissioner of Trademarks Deborah Cohn spent thirty-one years working as an attorney with the government. Her success as a Patent and Trademark Office Official had no paralleled and recognizes by many of her colleagues. During the last four years of her work with the United States Patent and Trademark Office, Deborah Cohn served as the Commissioner for Trademarks. In January of 2015, Con retired from the USPTO.
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