Vice President of IP at Cabeau Demonstrates Excellence & Leadership In Law Community
LOS ANGELES, CA (November 15, 2016) – Troy Grabow, General Counsel and Vice President of IP at Cabeau, a global consumer travel products brand, has been named a Fellow at the American Intellectual Property Law Association. The AIPLA is a worldwide leader in intellectual property through its commitment to education, outreach, member service and advocacy. Grabow was inducted at the Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C. which took place October 27-29, 2016. A highly respected member of the law community, Grabow has built an outstanding record of protecting intellectual property rights for over twenty years.
Fellows are nominated by their peers and must demonstrate outstanding service to the Association, prominence within the intellectual property profession, learned contributions to the profession through teaching and writing, and observation of the highest standards of ethical conduct. His role as a Fellow will include initiating, taking ownership of, or participating with other leaders and committees in special projects ranging from public service events, leadership training planning, and other projects approved by the AIPLA Executive Committee and Board of Directors.
“Infringements on intellectual property are a major issue for the travel products industry. Troy is focused on the challenges we face, particularly as they impact intellectual property law,” said Cabeau Founder & CEO David Sternlight. “He shows a mastery in navigating complex issues while providing strategic planning, guidance and protection of our brand. We’re thrilled he’s been recognized by the AIPLA and furthers his involvement with the preeminent bar organization for IP law professionals.”
While leading Cabeau’s robust legal department, Grabow initiated an aggressive and focused effort at increasing the level of IP on Cabeau’s innovative products, as well as enforcing Cabeau’s IP throughout the world. Since Grabow joined Cabeau in September 2015, he has led dozens of enforcement actions against infringers throughout the world, with a particular emphasis in the U.S. and China.
Grabow has also held various other positions within the AIPLA including Chair of the Young Lawyers Committee, Chair of the Education Committee, Chair of the IP Law Associations Committee, and Mentor of the Year in 2015.
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