Sarah J. (Miller) Schneider
(720) 376-6918

390 Interlocken Crescent
Suite #890
Broomfield, CO 80021 

Sarah Schneider is a Shareholder in the trademark and copyright practice group who works with clients concerning all aspects of trademark and copyright matters, including advertising, media and technology law.

Sarah’s practice focuses on internet related trademark and copyright issues such as domain name disputes, Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Proceedings, copyright and trademark infringement in website content and DMCA takedown notices as well as trademark issues related to internet advertising, fair use, search engine results, and user generated content.  A large portion of Sarah's practice is devoted to working with and addressing clients’ brand concerns in the ever-changing Internet environment; from assessing cybersquatting options and helping remove infringing content and products from the internet to sourcing counterfeit products, filing trademarks and copyrights with customs, and working with local legal counsel world-wide to find and help stop infringers and counterfeiters.

Sarah’s practice additionally encompasses advertising and media law domestically and abroad. Her work in this area includes analysis of comparative advertising, counsel on product labeling, user-generated content, terms of use, co-branding agreements and more, particularly as it relates to internet advertising, social media and other web-related products.  

In addition to her work handling all aspects of traditional trademark prosecution domestically and internationally, Sarah  also has experience successfully prosecuting trade dress applications before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and has experience with trade dress litigation.  She further assists clients with trademark and copyright licensing agreements, domain name purchase agreements, and other technology and technology transfer transactions.  She has experience in reviewing and drafting website privacy policies and terms of use. Sarah has experience in the filing and prosecution of copyright registration applications with the U.S. Copyright Office and with trademark and copyright litigation.

Trademark and Copyright
Technology Transactions and Licensing
Internet and Domain Names
Intellectual Property Litigation

University of Colorado School of Law (J.D., 2005)

University of Colorado (B.A., International Affairs; B.A., Political Science, 1998)

Colorado, 2005

United States District Court, District of Colorado, 2012

Colorado Bar Association

Denver Bar Association, Patent, Trademark and Copyright Section

International Trademark Association (INTA)
Public & Media Relations Committee, 2016-17

Free Trade Areas Subcommittee of the Harmonization of Trademark Law and Practice Committee, 2012-2013.

Moderator/Speaker: "Digital Marketing As An Asset to Your Brand?" Managing Intellectual Property Luxury Brand Conference, April, 19, 2016. 

Speaker: Due Diligence for Trademarks in M&A Work, 2015 Rocky Mountain Intellectual Property Institute, May 28, 2015

Speaker: Branding - What You Need to Know to Protect Your Brand Legally, Colorado Women's Chamber of Commerce , June 25, 2012.

Speaker: The Madrid System for the International Filing of Trademarks - Continuing Legal Education in Colorado, Boulder Bar Association, 2012.

Craft Brewed Trademarks, Law Week Colorado, June 2, 2014

Sarah Schneider named to INTA Public & Media Relations Committee, 2016-17 read more

Law Week Colorado -- Craft Brewed Trademarks, June 2, 2014

The number of craft breweries on the rise is making it a great time to be a beer drinker. Craft beer growth, however, has sparked a variety of trademark legal battles making it a challenging time to be a craft brewer.

Click here to read the full article on Craft Brewed Trademarks.

Colorado Women's Chamber of Commerce -- Branding, What You Need to Know to Protect Your Brand Legally

It feels like a personal affront to receive a cease and desist letter just when your business is starting to turn heads.  A cease and desist letter is a demand from a third party to stop using the name of your business because, well, it belongs to someone else.  Should you have done something differently?  Could this have been avoided?  Read more...


Corporate Express US Inc. v. Domain Administration Limited c/o David Halstead, FA0807001217889 (Nat. Arb. Forum Sept. 18, 2008) (

Staples, Inc. and Staples the Office Superstore, LLC v. Cpn Now, FA0904001257595 (Nat. Arb. Forum July 9, 2009) ( and