Keren Goldberger

Keren Goldberger

Keren Goldberger is an associate at Cozen O’Connor. 

Keren is a well-rounded associate with strong research skills. She drafts all manner of legal memoranda, written discovery, and briefs.

While in law school, Keren served as a judicial intern for the Honorable John M. Leventhal, Appellate Division, Second Judicial Department. She also gained valuable experience as a press office intern with the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York, a trial zone intern with the Kings County District Attorney’s Office, and a military and veterans’ affairs constituent services intern with the Office of Senator Kirsten Gillibrand.

The Price of Fame: Tiffany Settles 8-Year Lawsuit With Costco Over Use of Company Name in Ring Displays

What do the terms Taser, Escalator, and Aspirin have in common? They were once protected marks that have become generic. The term “Tiffany” likely has joined their ranks at least with regards to the name of a particular diamond ring setting. The Second Circuit Court of Appeals recently made clear that Tiffany’s 73 trademarks — many registered in connection with jewelry — will not protect it against others using “Tiffany” when that term has become commonly used to describe a particular six-prong diamond ring setting. Thus, anyone — even a discount retailer like Costco — can use it to describe that particular ring setting.