Charles Landrum is a member of the firm’s litigation practice group and is experienced with all aspects of intellectual property litigation, including patent, trademark, copyright, and various other intellectual property disputes. Charles also counsels clients on trademark prosecution matters, licensing, anti-counterfeiting, due diligence, clearance issues, and developing corporate IP strategies.
Charles received his undergraduate degree from LeTourneau University and his J.D. from Georgia State University School of Law. While at Georgia State, Charles worked at BellSouth Business Systems, now AT&T, designing databases to interact with modern and legacy systems used throughout the sales and support organizations.
Before joining Thomas|Horstemeyer, Charles was an attorney at two Atlanta-based intellectual property firms. As a result of Charles’s background in computer programming and databases, he is skilled at providing technical analysis in support of client goals, in addition to handling their complex intellectual property litigation matters in the US and various jurisdictions around the world.