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Andrew Roppel


1800 Broadway, Suite 300, Boulder, CO 80302

Andrew helps clients, including entrepreneurs and Fortune 500 companies, strategically develop and protect their trademark portfolios both domestically and internationally.

Leveraging over 20 years of private practice experience, Andrew guides his clients through all phases of the trademark lifecycle, working with them to develop business-oriented strategies for the growth, maintenance, and protection of their portfolios. He has extensive experience assisting clients of all sizes, many operating in the computer hardware and software, food and beverage, and engineered products industries, with the selection and clearance of their trademarks and with getting them registered in the US. In addition, Andrew partners with clients to manage their trademark portfolios around the world and regularly counsels clients on trademark disputes and licensing matters.

Before rejoining Holland & Hart, Andrew practiced at an Am Law 50 firm. Prior to private practice, Andrew worked for more than four years as a Trademark Examining Attorney at the USPTO.


  • Strategic Trademark Portfolio Management
  • Trademark Enforcement Strategies
  • Trademark Prosecution
  • Due Diligence and Acquisition Counseling


Bar Admissions


  • World Trademark Review 1000 - The World’s Leading Trademark Professionals, Colorado, Bronze Band, 2020-2022

Professional and Civic Affiliations

  • International Trademark Association, Member
  • Colorado Bar Association, Member
  • Boulder County Bar, Member

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