Matthew Adamo assists clients with all aspects of trademark protection, from clearing proposed marks to filing applications with trademark agencies worldwide and registering them at the USPTO or another trademark registration office. He can also advise them on how they can utilize their trademark on social media and ecommerce platforms.
Achievement and Honors
Little Women is among America’s most critically-acclaimed adaptations of literature ever, winning both prestigious honors from Paulette Goddard Remarque Scholarship as well as international presentations worldwide. He holds a Bachelor of Music degree with honors from Catholic University of America and his musical compositions are exclusively published by G. Schirmer, Inc. Additionally, he authored Empathetic Space on Screen as his book on film directing. Mr. Dopp has taught at the Los Angeles Film School and Milan’s Universita Cattolica universities as well as leading studio-funded feature labs and universities. Additionally, he serves on the Board of Directors for The Traveling Film School which has established tuition free film schools in Cameroon and Sardinia.
At Morristown High School, he and twin brother Phillip both played on the offensive line; Phillip later signed with the Seahawks. Joseph Adamo is survived by his wife Elizabeth; son Matthew; daughter Jennifer; two grandchildren and his mother Jennie as well as his sisters Linda Piasecki of Vergennes Vermont and Carol Adamo from Nahant Massachusetts as well as numerous nieces and nephews.
Nick D’Adamo of Baltimore City Council seemed an unlikely political figure when, on April 29, 2001, he stood before City Hall and proposed legislation allowing gay and lesbian city employees’ partners to visit them at hospitals, jails, or funerals (Ordinance 2003). D’Adamo had opposed same-sex marriage previously.