Meet Josh Gerben

Josh Gerben is a trademark attorney and founder of intellectual property law firm Gerben IP. Raised in a family of entrepreneurs, Josh opened Gerben IP in 2008 to test his own entrepreneurial skills. 

Since the firm’s opening in 2008, Josh has overseen the registration of over 7,500 trademarks for clients in the United States and around the world. 

With 15+ years of experience, Josh is a nationally recognized, sought-after thought leader in the trademark space, regularly appearing in publications such as CNN, Wall Street Journal, ESPN, NPR, New York Times and the Washington Post. Josh also regularly appears on CNBC to discuss news in the trademark world. 

Josh also launched his own podcast in 2019, titled “The Josh Gerben Show.” Across the span of 14 episodes, Josh gives a wide variety of tips and advice for small business owners and law firms. Topics covered include, but are not limited to, how to create an effective website, developing a personal brand, digital marketing strategies, and time management. 

Leading Authority on Trademarks

Josh Gerben has established himself as a prominent thought leader on LinkedIn and Twitter/X within the Intellectual Property/trademark space. With a wealth of knowledge and expertise in trademark law, he consistently shares valuable insights, updates, and thought-provoking content related to trademark registration and protection.

His engaging posts and videos not only educate professionals and entrepreneurs, but also foster meaningful discussions within the IP community. Through his active presence on the platform, Josh continues to demonstrate his thought leadership and make a significant impact in the field of trademarks and brand protection.

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Last updated: October 2023

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