Keren Goldberger


Keren focuses her practice on trademark enforcement and litigation. She also handles intellectual property due diligence in connection with mergers and acquisitions for domestic and international clients in a variety of fields, including aerospace, engineering, and food and beverage products. She advises clients on licensing, royalty, and vendor agreements, IP assignments, and other IP contracts. Keren drafts all manner of legal memoranda, written discovery, and briefs.

While in law school, Keren served as a judicial intern for the Honorable John M. Leventhal, Appellate Division, Second Judicial Department. She also gained valuable experience as a press office intern with the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York, a trial zone intern with the Kings County District Attorney’s Office, and a military and veterans’ affairs constituent services intern with the Office of Senator Kirsten Gillibrand.




Investindustrial’s Agreement to Purchase Majority Stake of Eataly S.p.A

October 17, 2022

Cozen O’Connor served as U.S. and Canadian counsel in Investindustrial’s acquisition of a majority stake in Eataly S.p.A., the global chain of upscale Italian marketplaces. A team led by M&A attorney and Italy Practice chair Christian Moretti conducted significant due diligence of more than 20 Eataly businesses in the United States and Canada, in collaboration with Deloitte Legal Italy and Studio Legale Chiomenti. For nearly two decades, Eataly has been operating high-quality Italian food markets and restaurant concepts in prestigious locations across the globe, including flagship stores in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Boston, Dallas, and Silicon Valley.


Taylor Swift’s copyright battle: Inspiration or infringement? [World Intellectual Property Review]

January 07, 2022

Edward Weisz and Keren Goldberger co-authored an article about Taylor Swift's infringement suit with one of her songs reflecting the complex copyright issues facing musicians.

The Price of Fame: Tiffany Settles 8-Year Lawsuit With Costco Over Use of Company Name in Ring Displays [Total Retail]

August 31, 2021

Edward Weisz and Keren Goldberger co-authored an article about how the Second Circuit Court of Appeals recently made clear that Tiffany’s 73 trademarks — many registered in connection with jewelry — will not protect it against others using “Tiffany” when that term has become commonly used to describe a particular six-prong diamond ring setting.

Events & Seminars

Past Events


  • Brooklyn Law School, J.D., 2020
  • Brooklyn College, B.A., summa cum laude, 2017
  • New York
  • U.S. District Court -- Southern District of New York

Honorable John M. Leventhal, Appellate Division, Second Judicial Department