Cassidy Johnston Grunninger
Cassidy is an Associate at Dunner Law, and her practice focus is on protection and enforcement of matters related to trademarks, false advertising, unfair competition, and copyright. She regularly conducts domestic and international trademark clearance searches, renders use and registrability opinions, and prosecutes trademark and copyright applications throughout the world. Cassidy also handles trademark and copyright audits and she drafts licensing and assignment agreements.
Prior to joining Dunner Law, Cassidy worked at the Recording Industry Association of America, focusing on copyright issues surrounding the recording industry, and she clerked at the U.S. Copyright Office, where she researched copyright law and policy for the General Counsel’s office. Cassidy also was a Legal Fellow in the Office of U.S. Congressman Doug Collins, and she worked at the House Committee on the Judiciary, assisting the Subcommittee on Courts, Intellectual Property, and the Internet on various IP issues.
Cassidy currently is an Editor for the ABA Section of Intellectual Property Law “Landslide” magazine. During law school, she was the Senior Online Editor for the Journal of Intellectual Property Law and authored the Note, A Tale of Two Composers: An Argument for a Limited Expansion of Moral Rights for Composers, 24 J. Intell. Prop. L. 191 (2017). She is also actively involved in the performing arts scene in Washington, DC, serving as a Junior Board member of the Washington Performing Arts.