Jeannine Viscardi has joined The Geller Law Group’s Business Practice as a Trademark & Business Formation paralegal.
Jeannine has experience in several areas of law, including intellectual property, corporate law, securities law, and arbitration. She began her legal career as a legal clerk with AT&T. Jeannine then became a paralegal with Prudential Securities. At Verizon Wireless, she served as a real estate and legal affairs manager, drafting cell tower agreements, managing outside counsel, and handling risk management issues.
More recently, Jeannine was a Senior Paralegal at a boutique IP law firm in NJ where she provided business and trademark services.
Jeannine received her Juris Doctorate from New York Law School and her Bachelors in English Liberal Arts from Rowan University. She lives in New Jersey with her husband, two sons, her daughter, and her mini-schnauzer, Bruno. She is active in several charitable causes; her favorites are the CURED Foundation, the Scotch Plains Garden Club, and Mobile Meals of Westfield. Jeannine also enjoys teaching ESL.
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