Jason Schaeffer concentrates his practice in the areas of commercial litigation, intellectual property, and general litigation representing small businesses, artists, and individuals. Mr. Schaeffer has experience litigating contract disputes, defending patent and trademark infringement cases, and in enforcing settlement agreements. He has assisted entities, ranging from closely held corporations to Fortune 500 companies, and he has served as general counsel.
Representative engagements include:
• Representing an internationally recognized sculptor in protecting his rights in a well known public work of art under the Visual Artists Rights Act of 1990 (VARA);
• Advising a pharmaceutical manufacturer on an international trademark policing strategy to
protect its intellectual property in a widely known drug;
• Defending a
• Representing a former owner and director of a corporation in enforcing the terms of a settlement
agreement and in enforcing a judgment through proceedings in State Court and Bankruptcy Court;
• Obtaining summary judgment in favor of a pension fund that was sued for securities fraud; and
• Representing a national sport association and member teams in licensing and trademark matters.
Mr. Schaeffer obtained his law degree from Fordham University School of Law in 1998, and he graduated cum laude from
In addition to his litigation experience, Mr. Schaeffer is a former law clerk to the three judges of the Commerce Court Program (Philadelphia’s Business Court), and he is a contributing author to the American Bar Association’s Annual Corporate and Business Litigation Handbook.
Mr. Schaeffer currently serves on the Board of Directors of Temple University Hillel and was a member of the Anti Defamation League Young Leadership Program.