Amanda Slade focuses her practice on a wide variety of trademark issues, including federal litigation, Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB) proceedings, and trademark investigation and enforcement.
Prior to joining Wolf Greenfield, Amanda served as a law clerk for the Senate Judiciary Committee Minority Office in Washington, D.C., where she concentrated on constitutional law, matters concerning the USPTO, privacy and data breach notification issues, immigration policy, criminal justice issues, and judicial nominations.
In addition, Amanda was a summer associate at a law firm focusing on campaign finance and election law. While there, she researched and analyzed relevant case law in connection with trademark, constitutional and tort issues, and composed memoranda regarding federal and state campaign finance laws.
Before pursuing her legal career, Amanda served as a White House intern and legislative aide and executive assistant for Congressman Alan Lowenthal. She was a legal intern during the Hillary for America campaign and a research intern during the Obama for America campaign.