Trademark and Copyright Attorney
CHERYL L. ANDERSON is an experienced intellectual property attorney practicing with an emphasis in trademarks, trade dress, copyright, and trade secret law. Cheryl handles complex trademark opposition and cancellation proceedings in the United States Patent and Trademark Office and has negotiated and settled many trademark and copyright disputes since 1998. She has significant experience in the licensing, negotiation, and drafting of intellectual property documents including trademark and copyright agreements.
In addition to her Juris Doctor, Cheryl also holds a Master of Science degree in human nutrition. She has served in various clinical and teaching positions with, among others, the University of Utah Health Sciences Center, Yale-New Haven Medical Center, Duke University Medical Center, The Stamford Hospital, University of Wisconsin Hospitals and Clinics, Northern Illinois University, and Northern Colorado Medical Center.
In the mid 1990s, Cheryl served with the Larimer County Human Resources Department where she handled employee relations and assisted in developing risk management policies and procedures.
She currently specializes in trademark matters and brand development.
405 Mason Street Court, Suite 119
Fort Collins, Colorado 80524
Phone: (970) 492-0000
E-mail: Contact Us
Fax: (970) 492-0003
Web Site: https://www.crmiles.com
Intellectual Property Law
Intellectual Property Licensing
University of Colorado School of Law; Boulder, Colorado; 1992 Juris Doctor
Colorado State University; Fort Collins, Colorado; 1984 Master of Science
Yale-New Haven Medical Center, 1978 Internship
University of Utah; Salt Lake City, Utah; 1977 Bachelor of Science
Colorado Bar Association
Larimer County Bar Association
Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society
Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity
American Dietetic Association
- “Trademark Law.” Coalition of Lawyers for the Arts, Fort Collins, Colorado (2004).
- “Sports Nutrition.” West Suburban Dietetic Association, Chicago, Illinois (1986).
- “Effects of exercise training on diet-induced thermogenesis and nutrient intake in healthy young males.” Federation of the American Society for Experimental Biologists, Anaheim, California (1985).