Beginning with his 25 years as a founding member of Jacobson & Colfin, P.C., THE FIRM ®, through the present, Bruce Colfin has had the opportunity to render trademark related services to a diverse group of businesses which has included Yellow Rat Bastard, Not Fade Away and YRB clothes, North Shore Bottling’’s Tropical Fantasy; Brooklyn Bottling, and Iberia Foods products, LeVian jewelry, Astroheroes, and the Buffalo Chip Campgrounds. He has represented Trump World, Poker Life, Good Times, YRB, and Queensparent Magazines. He is attorney of record for the following trademarks registered with the US Patent and Trademark Office: Vicious Cycles, (bike parts), Angelo David (salon), Lodza (fashions), the Dark Star Jubilee and Jam In The Sand, Piecraft, Blue Cups and Manic Organic (restaurants), Not Fade Away (clothing), Gam-Anon (gamblers anonymous), Running with Scissors (game publishers), Urban Rebounding and Fit As A Pro (fitness instruction), Block and Roll (construction equipment), Sons of Darkness (motorcycle club), Grandma Santi’s and Macaron Bites (cookies), SESY and Give Face (cosmetics), Nolla, Surf Mist and Rock Your Curl (hair preparations) and Biohearth (gasifiers).
In the entertainment business: national touring jam bands Dark Star Orchestra, the New Riders of the Purple Sage, the Zen Tricksters, Platinum Reggae artists Inner Circle (“Bad Boys”), Tommy Boy and Norton Records, radio personality Willobee, Ryan Oakes (magician), Cirque du Jour (circus), Sounds of Reggae (concert promoters) recording artists The Grave Jinglers, Dynasty Ya Girl Dy, Jordan King, Nemesis, Trendsettaz, and the controversial video game POSTAL and its Postal Babes. In 2008, Intellectual Property Today rated THE FIRM ® in the top 200 United States Trademark law firms.
In the 34 years he has been practicing in the entertainment and music business, Bruce Colfin has had the opportunity to provide services to clients including Dark Star Orchestra; Rolling Stone guitarist Mick Taylor; Bernard Purdie; Kenny Lee Lewis, P.M. Dawn, India and Toni Braxton, Grammy Winning Reggae Producers/Artists Sly and Robbie (No Doubt – “Rock Steady”) Allen Lanier (Blue Oyster Cult); Grammy Nominated Producers “Little Louie” Vega and Kenny “Dope” Gonzalez of Masters At Work; Platinum Reggae artist Inner Circle (“Bad Boys”) and Reggae superstars Shabba Ranks, Freddie McGregor, The Abyssinians, Gregory Isaacs, Niney The Observer, and Andrew Tosh; Jefferson Airplane/Starship’s Marty Balin; Carlos Alomar; (David Bowie’’s guitarist), David Nelson, Buddy Cage, John Dawson and the New Riders of the Purple Sage; Donna Jean and the Tricksters; Rock N Roll pioneer Johnny Farina, (Santo & Johnny “Sleepwalk”); INDIE labels R.O.I.R.; MAW, Norton, Small Wonders and VP Records; Len Dell’Amico (award winning video producer/director for The Grateful Dead); Chris Frieri (Film Director for “Sweet Lorraine”); songwriter Richard Poindexter (“Thin Line Between Love & Hate”); comedian Jackie “The Joke Man” Martling; concert production coordinator “Mo” Morrison; (Grateful Dead, Rolling Stones HBO Special, WOODSTOCK II, Woodstock 1999); Fernanda Tavares; covergirl for Cosmopolitan, Elle and Vogue Paris; The All Good Festival and Jammins Productions.