Portrait of Nanette Porter


Nanette Porter served the corporate legal community for over 20 years as a trademark paralegal specialist. The role combined global research and asset management. Unfortunately, Nanette’s medical condition worsened and was forced to leave the career she loved. She now wants to give back to the industry by sharing her knowledge and wisdom with entrepreneurs and start-ups in the industry.

Nanette has a degree in Paralegal Studies from Hagerstown Business College. She was the co-founder, past president and member of the York County Paralegal Association. She was also very active in the International Trademark Association.

In The News

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September 13, 2014

The Big Companies Are Watching Consumer Products Like Hawks… BEWARE!
Everyone deals with trademarks on a daily basis. Trademarks are everywhere. They are in your kitchen, in your bathroom, in newspapers, in magazines, in restaurants, in department stores, on television, on radio — even on benches and buses. As consumers, our purchasing decisions are constantly influenced by trademarks. Everyday each of us encounters hundreds of trademarks. A trip to a grocery store or mall will put you in contact with thousands of trademarks in just one visit. As business people, we need a better understanding of why trademarks are so important to effective commerce and how to protect ourselves. Venice …

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