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Taylor English Partner Amanda Groover Hyland Included in the 2018 World Trademark Review 1000

Taylor English Duma LLP is pleased to announce that partner Amanda Groover Hyland has been included in the 2018 edition of World Trademark Review 1000 – The World’s Leading Trademark Professionals. The WTR 1000 is determined through an extensive research process and subjective feedback from those working within the industry and serves as the definitive source for anyone looking for trademark legal services.

“We are extremely proud of Amanda for earning a spot on this prestigious list of trademark attorneys from around the world,” said Marc Taylor, a founding partner of Taylor English. “This recognition reflects the caliber of work and service that we strive to demonstrate to our clients every day.” 

As a partner in the Intellectual Property Practice Group at Taylor English, Hyland focuses her practice on intellectual property, media and First Amendment counseling and litigation. She serves a variety of corporations across industry segments, including Fortune 100 companies, telecommunications companies, national publishers, manufacturers, restaurant chains, and corporations in the energy and water infrastructure industries. Hyland handles complex lawsuits on the state and federal level, including trademark, copyright, patent, trade secret and false advertising disputes. Additionally, Hyland has significant experience with transactional intellectual property matters, including United States and international trademark applications and prosecution, licenses and assignments, usage issues, copyright applications and due diligence. She maintains the trademark portfolios for several high-profile clients. 

Hyland is passionate about bringing her skills to non-profits, concentrating on political advocacy groups, animal- and child-related organizations and other social welfare institutions. She focuses on advising 501(c)(3) and 501(c)(4) organizations on legal issues surrounding their use of social media, blogs, merchandising and educational efforts, as well as their rights under the First Amendment. 

Hyland is actively involved in several professional organizations including the Atlanta Intellectual Property Inn of Court, International Trademark Association and the State Bar of Georgia’s Intellectual Property section. She is also heavily involved in the community, and currently is on the Executive Board of Kate’s Club. 

Hyland earned her undergraduate, master’s and law degrees from the University of Florida. 


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