I am passionate about helping my clients make the most of their creative output.
Paul Sennott specializes in counseling corporate and individual clients in copyright, trademark, licensing, software, defamation, and general intellectual property matters. He has helped his clients accomplish their goals and protect their interests in a variety of areas including:
- Domestic and international trademark prosecution
- Trademark, trade dress, and copyright enforcement and litigation
- Intellectual property licensing
- Copyright valuation
- Non-disclosure and non-compete agreements
- Book publishing
- Online education
- Music publishing, recording, and licensing
- Film rights acquisition
- SaaS licensing and acquisition
- Website operation
- Domain name registration and acquisition
- Fine art acquisition and sale
- Internet privacy
Mr. Sennott is a contributing author to Perle, Williams, and Fischer on Publishing Law (4th Edition) (Wolters Kluwer 2013) and co-author of, “Lawyers and Copyrights: Copyright in the House,” Law.com, August 6, 2012, and “Do Attorneys Follow Their Own Copyright Advice?” Law.com, January 22, 2007. He has lectured at the Rhode Island School of Design and Harvard Extension School, was a panelist for “Update on Copyright Reclamation,” Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Boston, January 27, 2012, and presented the copyright law update at Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education’s 2015 Intellectual Property Year in Review Conference.
Mr. Sennott is a graduate of The College of the Holy Cross, where he received a B.A. in History, and Northeastern University School of Law. He is admitted to practice in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts.
Mr. Sennott is a member of the Boston Bar Association and is an avid cyclist and musician.