Claudia Ray represents clients across a broad range of industries, including technology, consumer products, insurance and financial services, advertising and marketing, transportation, manufacturing, entertainment/media, and fashion/apparel. Representative matters have involved such well-known properties as the Obama “Hope” poster, Harry Potter, Chuck Taylor All-Stars, Colgate Total, Burberry’s plaid, and Travelers’ red umbrella, as well as such diverse subject matter as online content distribution platforms, SaaS products, steak houses, investment funds, Broadway shows, and alcoholic beverages. Claudia regularly appears before federal and state trial and appellate courts, in domestic and international arbitrations, and in proceedings before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board, the Copyright Royalty Board, the International Trade Commission, and other similar bodies. She also advises clients on their overall IP protection and enforcement strategies, including pre-litigation counseling and IP clearance and prosecution, as well as advising on IP issues in the transactional context and negotiating and drafting IP-related agreements. In Chambers USA, clients call her “business-savvy,” a “leading authority throughout the country and beyond," and an “outstanding courtroom performer.” She was honored in Managing Intellectual Property’s most recent edition of IP Stars - Top 250 Women in IP.