Updated at 4 p.m.
Barnes & Thornburg has strengthened its D.C. office with the addition of a new partner.
Jordan Weinstein, previously with Oblon, Spivak, McClelland, Maier & Neustadt, will join Barnes‘ intellectual property department.
His practice focuses on counseling, licensing and litigation in U.S. and international trademark, copyright, unfair competition, Internet and high-technology matters.
Weinstein has spent more than a decade as an arbitrator for domain name disputes under the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy.
"Barnes & Thornburg's national footprint is a great match for Jordan's practice," said Thomas Donovan, chair of the firm's Intellectual Property Department in a written statement. "Our clients will also be well served by his technical experience and extensive background in domain name disputes."
In an interview, Weinstein said, "My prior platform was one of the premiere IP boutiques in the country, and although I'm sad to leave there, I have left there for the kind of breadth and depth that can complement and serve my clients' needs through all forms of legal representation."