I always dreamed of writing a book and after seeing the movie, "Something's Gotta Give," where the main character was a writer at home, I decided I would be too. My career has been in trademark management, so I decided that I would write a book explaining to a newcomer, how to handle trademark management. I am absolutely passionate about trademark law. The opportunity presented itself when my 92-year-old mother became very ill and I was her full-time caretaker. I decided to write this book to be productive, while being available at home to care for my mother and dedicated this book to her as she inspired me to write the book and is my strongest supporter. I have managed trademarks in Realogy, Arnold & Porter (formerly Kaye, Scholer et al), and FUJIFILM; handled corporate transactions in Rider, Weiner & Frankel, P.C. In addition, to trademark prosecution, I also was a researcher at Interbrand pre-screening trademarks. My educational qualifications are a BBA in business administration from Baruch College (CUNY) and a paralegal certificate from Adelphi University with honors. To continue my education in trademarks, I took courses at NYU Continuing Education on intellectual property and corporate governance and attended roundtables given by the Intellectual Property Trademark Association (INTA) on noteworthy topics in trademark law. I belong to Baruch College and Adelphi University Alumni.