Glenn Rice helps clients select, register, and enforce their trademarks and represents clients in complex and contentious business litigation and intellectual property matters, including trademark, trade dress, patent, copyright, trade secret, and domain name disputes.
Following law school, Glenn served as Law Clerk to the Honorable William G. Clark, Chief Justice of the Illinois Supreme Court.
Named a Leading Lawyer in Chicago by Leading Lawyers℠ in Intellectual Property Law, Copyright & Trademark Law and Computer & Technology Law, 2016-2023.
International Trademark Association (INTA); Served on INTA’s Law Firm Committee, Internet Committee, Enforcement Committee, Emerging Issues Committee, Development of Rights Sub-Committee, Wellness Sub-Committee, and Courts and Tribunals Sub-Committee
Illinois State Bar Association
Chicago Bar Association
State Bar Licenses
Glenn has considerable experience in trademark clearance, managing client trademark portfolios, filing applications, and registering trademarks and service marks in the United States, and working with foreign counsel on registration of client trademarks internationally.
Glenn represents clients before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office’s Trademark Trial and Appeal Board in trademark opposition and cancellation proceedings and litigates trademark, patent, and intellectual property disputes in federal court, as well as complex business matters.
Chicago is a pivotal market for the American craft brewing renaissance, and Glenn has gained substantial recognition representing some of the most well-known craft brewers in the country, helping them select, register, and protect their valuable trademarks and providing strategic counseling on branding and trademark matters.
Glenn also advises on compliance with the Stored Communications Act, state laws affecting the disclosure of electronic data and records, and compliance with federal and state subpoenas, court orders, and search warrants seeking disclosure of electronic data and records of internet service providers.