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Archived updates for Thursday, October 13, 2005

New U.S. Deputy Trademark Commissioners

Last week, Deborah S. Cohn was named Deputy Commissioner for Trademark Operations, and Sharon R. Marsh was named Deputy Commissioner for Trademark Examination Policy.

Ms. Cohn is currently a group director for the trademark law offices. In her new position, Ms. Cohn will oversee the examination and processing of applications throughout the trademark operation and will work with other USPTO business units in helping to achieve agency goals.
Ms. Cohn began her career at the USPTO as a trademark examining attorney and was promoted to senior attorney and then managing attorney. She is a former Council of Excellence in Government fellow and has been the project coordinator for the trademark work-at-home program, the agency's first telework program. Ms. Cohn is a graduate of The American University and George Mason University School of Law.

Sharon Marsh is currently the Administrator for Trademark Examination Policy. In her new position, Ms. Marsh will oversee the development of examination policy in the trademark law offices and service units, and will manage the legal policy staff in the trademark commissioner's office. Since joining the USPTO, Ms. Marsh has held the positions of trademark examining attorney, senior attorney, and managing attorney. She also participated in the Commerce, Science, and Technology Fellowship program where she worked for the Technology and the Law Subcommittee of the Senate Judiciary Committee. Ms. Marsh is a graduate of Duke University and the Emory University School of Law.
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