Jesse Max Creed

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Jesse Creed is a corporate associate in the Los Angeles office of Munger, Tolles & Olson. Mr. Creed previously focused on litigation, particularly copyright, trademark and privacy matters. As a corporate lawyer, he maintains his interest in advising innovative companies that present challenging issues arising out of the evolving Internet ecosystem.

Mr. Creed’s litigation experience includes participating on the teams that successfully represented:

  • Electronic Arts in copyright litigation against Zynga in which EA alleges that Zynga’s online social game “The Ville” infringes EA’s copyrighted game “Sims Social.”
  • Emeco Industries, Inc. in pursuing trade dress and trademark infringement claims against Restoration Hardware, Inc. involving the iconic aluminum chair, “The Navy Chair.”  In the federal court action filed in San Francisco, Emeco Industries accuses the home furnishing giant of ripping off its “Navy Chair” with a line of identical products.

On a pro bono basis, Mr. Creed represented the Gay-Straight Alliance Network in its application for a trademark registration. He also serves on the Princeton Advisory Council on Medieval Studies, a departmental advisory board of Princeton University.

Jesse Creed is a corporate associate in the Los Angeles office of Munger, Tolles & Olson. Mr. Creed previously focused on litigation, particularly copyright, trademark and privacy matters. As a corporate lawyer, he maintains his interest in advising innovative companies that present challenging issues arising out of the evolving Internet ecosystem.

Mr. Creed’s litigation experience includes participating on the teams that successfully represented:

  • Electronic Arts in copyright litigation against Zynga in which EA alleges that Zynga’s online social game “The Ville” infringes EA’s copyrighted game “Sims Social.”
  • Emeco Industries, Inc. in pursuing trade dress and trademark infringement claims against Restoration Hardware, Inc. involving the iconic aluminum chair, “The Navy Chair.”  In the federal court action filed in San Francisco, Emeco Industries accuses the home furnishing giant of ripping off its “Navy Chair” with a line of identical products.

On a pro bono basis, Mr. Creed represented the Gay-Straight Alliance Network in its application for a trademark registration. He also serves on the Princeton Advisory Council on Medieval Studies, a departmental advisory board of Princeton University.