Jason R. Fulmer

Partner, Intellectual Property
3000 Thanksgiving Tower
1601 Elm Street
Dallas, Texas 75201
t 214.999.4487 f 214.999.3487

Jason Fulmer is an intellectual property lawyer, with specific focus and expertise on global trademark/branding procurement, protection and enforcement issues. Jason represents clients in litigation, arbitration and dispute resolution involving trademarks, copyrights, domain names and other claims involving intellectual property.  Jason helps clients expand and protect their trademark/branding position in key marketplaces around the globe.  Jason enjoys a high reputation among his colleagues for achieving positive results and helping clients solve their legal problems. Clients rely on Jason for his judgment and insight and trust him to manage, grow and protect their valuable business assets.

Jason is devoted to giving back to the community. He is dynamically involved in professional organizations such as the International Trademark Association (INTA), and he is also an active member of his church community, The Branch Church. For many years, Jason has served MANA Nutrition on a pro bono basis in the organization’s successful launch of a robust “ready-to-use” therapeutic food distribution program to help curb malnutrition deaths in Africa. Jason also serves as a volunteer in connection with his children’s local sports activities (Prosper Little League and Prosper Area Soccer Organization), and he also is an active member of the Texas Wine & Grape Growers Association.

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