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About Peri Fluger

Peri Fluger is an attorney at SkarlatosZonarich LLC, with expertise in the areas of intellectual property, corporate law, advertising law, social media/e-commerce, and entertainment law. Specifically, with regard to intellectual property matters, Mr. Fluger provides: Domestic and international trademark counseling, registration, renewal, and risk analysis; Prosecuting and defending oppositions, cancellations and appeals before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board; Enforcing and defending trademark rights worldwide; Providing copyright counseling, registration, clearance and protection; Managing Internet domain name and Website issues, including UDRP proceedings; Providing counseling on unfair competition, false advertising and trade disparagement; and Preparing and negotiating contracts relating to trademark licensing, merchandising, advertising, entertainment, publishing and rights of privacy and publicity. As part of the firm’s corporate practice, Mr. Fluger’s work involves: Conducting due diligence reviews for corporate restructurings, mergers, acquisitions and financings; Franchisee and Franchisor relations; Drafting Asset Purchase Agreements, Shareholder Agreements, Security Agreements, Resolutions and Leases; Corporate governance matters. Bar and Court Admissions Supreme Court of Pennsylvania Education Widener University School of Law, J.D., magna cum laude State University of New York at Plattsburgh, B.A. AssociationsDauphin County Bar Association American Bar Association, Intellectual Property Group Special Achievements, Awards and HonorsWidener Law Review Moot Court and Trial Advocacy Honor Societies 2010 Cardozo/BMI Entertainment Law Moot Court Competition National Semifinalist and Top Ten Best Brief Finalist Volunteer Income Tax Assistance member; Publications The End is Nigh: Will Turnaround Agreements Lead to Hollywood’s Financial Demise? 19 Widener L.J. 977 (2010) Flowers v. Bd. of Prob.& Parole: The Parolee’s Cujo, The Commonwealth Court Determines Assaultive Behavior Includes an Attack by a Dog Under a Parolee’s Control, 20 Widener L.J. 615 (2011)