University of New Hampshire

School of Law

School of Law

Matthew David Brozik

Adjunct Professor, Fair Uses of Copyrighted Works and Trademarks (IPSI)

Matthew David Brozik holds an undergraduate degree in English from Princeton University and a Juris Doctor from Boston University School of Law, where he concentrated his studies in Intellectual Property law. He called on all of his higher education when he wrote and published a book that led to his nearly having to sue the literary estate of P.G. Wodehouse.

Admitted to many bars, including those of the States of New York and New Jersey and that of the Supreme Court of the United States, Brozik practiced as a commercial litigator for a decade, in which time, accompanied by federal marshals, he went on two raids to seize counterfeit Mister Softee trucks. He also represented several Dunkin’ Donuts franchisees, prompting his friends and family to believe that he practiced “ice cream and doughnut law.”

Brozik regularly published articles on matters of copyright law and trademark law, and for the past year he has been the lieutenant blawger/contributing editor of the award-breaking Likelihood of Confusion® (likelihoodofconfusion.com). He is also the author of two published novellas for Kindle and co-author of a popular series of humor books.

AUTHOR: Brozik , Matthew David. YEAR: Publication Date: Spring 2004. Page: 209-220.  44 IDEA 209