Connie J. Mableson

From her principal office in Phoenix, Arizona, Connie J. Mableson represents clients worldwide in intellectual property and business matters. Her areas of expertise include copyrights and trademarks, licensing and merchandising, Internet law, E-Commerce and cyber law, television, music and literary law, new media, games, and virtual worlds.

With almost 30 years of experience, Ms. Mableson is a trusted advisor and counselor, providing clients with preventative and pragmatic legal strategies to advance their creative and business objectives.

She is an AV rated attorney, indicating the highest level of professional excellence, skill, and integrity. She has also been named by Phoenix Business Journal as one of the “Top 10 IP Attorneys in Arizona,” and her firm has been honored as the “Top Boutique Firm for IP” in past years.

She is the author of the DMCA HANDBOOK™ for Virtual Worlds and DMCA HANDBOOK™ for ISPs, Websites, Content Creators, and Copyright Owners. These books are available here.

Complimenting her legal practice, Ms. Mableson is a frequent guest speaker, lecturer, and facilitator of many courses, seminars, and all-day legal education programs sponsored by various bar associations, universities, and nationally acclaimed seminars. She is an Associate Professor at Arizona State University, Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law where she teaches “Entertainment Business Contracts” and “Governance of Virtual Worlds”.

Admissions

  • Arizona
  • Washington
  • United States District Court, District of Arizona
  • United States District Court, Eastern District of Washington
  • United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit
  • Joint Venture Agreements

Professional Memberships & Affiliations

  • Arizona
  • Washington
  • United States District Court, District of Arizona
  • United States District Court, Eastern District of Washington
  • United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit
  • Joint Venture Agreements

Connie J. Mableson

Connie J. Mableson

Connie J. Mableson

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