Lucy D. Lovrien
Lucy D. Lovrien concentrates her practice on trademark and copyright, business, civil litigation, contracts, and real estate.
She advises and represents businesses, nonprofit organizations and individuals in copyright, trademark, publishing, contract, business organization, business law, real estate, and other matters.
Attorney Lovrien has over thirty years of legal experience. She led a team of seven attorneys in complex trademark nationwide litigation for a high-tech client.
Attorney Lovrien conducts civil litigation in the areas of copyright infringement, trademark infringement, contract, real estate, and business torts.
With Attorney Andrew D. Epstein, represented the artist in an important moral rights case, Phillips v. Pembroke.
She has drafted and negotiated a wide variety of contracts and licenses, including publishing contracts, business contracts, and settlement agreements. She counsels clients on business formation and intellectual property protection.
She prosecutes and maintains trademark applications and registrations at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, represents clients before the Trademark Trial and Appeals Board, and counsels clients on trademark use, strategy, and litigation.
In the field of real estate, she handles a variety of matters including purchase and sale, landlord-tenant disputes, condominium disputes, mechanics’ liens and all related litigation.
Yale University, B.A.
Northeastern University School of Law, J.D.
U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts 1990
U.S. District Court for the District of Maine 2002
U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit 2005
U.S. Supreme Court 2004
Arts & Business Council of Greater Boston/Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts (Member, Board of Directors, and panel member for Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts)
Copyright Society of the USA, Co-chair, New England chapter
Boston Bar Association, Solo/Small Firms Section; past co-chair of Arts & Entertainment Committee
Boston Bar Association High School Financial Literacy Project
Adjunct Professor, Suffolk University School of Law. (Copyright Law), January 2011 through December 2012.
Attorney Lovrien speaks and teaches frequently on copyright, trademark, moral rights, and related topics. She has spoken to both lawyers groups (Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education; Boston Bar Association; local law schools), and to non-lawyer audiences (Massachusetts College of Art, Bentley College, Rhode Island School of Design).
Speaker, Boston Bar Association, 17th Annual Intellectual Property Year in Review The Changing IP Landscape, January 2017
International Trademark Association
Copyright Society of the USA