Linnea helps businesses large and small develop, protect, and monetize their intellectual property. Her practice includes intellectual property work in the United States and worldwide, with a focus in trademarks, copyright, and trade secret matters. She has extensive experience in assisting clients will all aspects of trademark protection including initial development, federal and international registration, enforcement, and licensing as well as analysis of clients’ existing portfolios for improved efficiency, growth, and investment potential. Linnea also coordinates efforts with partners around the globe to manage client trademark portfolios and ensure clients are protected on an international scale.
She also assists clients with registering copyrighted works and taking action against third parties who wrongfully attempt to profit from such works. On top of her significant litigation experience, Linnea has successfully negotiated a variety of trademark coexistence agreements, work-made-for-hire agreements, and other transactional matters to best protect her clients’ intellectual property interests.
Linnea is an active member of the Orange County Bar Association’s Young Lawyer Section, serving as the administrative director and chairing several projects benefiting Orange county students, first responders and other members of the community. She is also an avid supporter of the arts and volunteers with local theaters and community centers.
Education & Professional Background
Linnea graduated cum laude from the University of Florida Levin College of Law where she focused on intellectual property and international law, earning UF Law’s Intellectual Property Certificate and serving both as a research editor on the Florida Journal of International Law and as president of the International Law Society.
Admissions & Professional Memberships
Linnea is a member of the Florida Bar and is admitted to practice before the U.S. District Courts for the Northern, Middle, and Southern Districts of Florida.