Anthony D. Peluso
Anthony Peluso is an associate in the Intellectual Property Group. He focuses his practice on both domestic and international trademark prosecution, enforcement, and counseling, including the selection and clearance of marks in the United States and abroad, registration, licensing, enforcement, and litigation.
Anthony counsels clients on domestic and international trademark and copyright matters, including clearance, prosecution, and maintenance of trademark rights, copyright and trademark licensing, enforcement, and infringement matters, and advertising issues. He regularly prepares brand availability opinions and advises clients on opposition and cancellation proceedings. Anthony works with clients in a diverse range of industries, including computer software, hospitality, telecommunications, pharmaceutical, restaurant services, and consumer products.
Prior to joining Arent Fox, Anthony served as a judicial intern for the Honorable Anthony J. Trenga of the US District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia.
Publications, Presentations and Recognitions
While in law school, Anthony was the executive editor for the George Mason Law Review, and he authored the article titled, “A Distinction Without a Difference: How Callahan v. Millard County Drew an Unwarranted Line in the Sand of Fourth Amendment Jurisprudence,” 18 GEO. MASON L. REV. 163 (2010).