Chelsea E. Pasquali

Intellectual Property Litigation

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Chelsea focuses her practice on intellectual property litigation with a focus on patent, trademark, trade dress, unfair competition, and copyright litigation. Her experience also includes representation of trademark owners in opposition and cancellation proceedings before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board, as well as counseling clients on clearance, prosecution, false advertising, enforcement of trademarks and copyrights, and counseling on domain name issues and license agreements.

Chelsea represents Fortune 500 Corporations, small businesses, and individuals in a variety of intellectual property claims. She regularly works with her clients to develop and implement IP enforcement strategies to fit their business needs. Throughout her career, she has successfully litigated a variety of cases in State and Federal Court. She has also successfully represented clients before the Michigan Court of Appeals.

Chelsea brings a client-centric approach to her practice. She works alongside her clients to understand their business and legal goals, working with her clients as a part of their team.

Prior to joining Brooks Kushman, Pasquali’s practice focused on litigation in a variety of areas including general liability, product liability, and commercial litigation. She earned her Juris Doctor from the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law.

Outside of work, Chelsea can usually be found running, walking her dogs, or at the lake with her family. She is active in her community and responsible for planning neighborhood events in her subdivision. She enjoys spending Saturday mornings running races, most often with her kids at the finish line.


Organizations and Affiliations

Women’s Bar Association Oakland County Chapter

Michigan Defense Trial Counsel

American Bar Association


“Rising Star,” Michigan Super Lawyers, 2018-2021

Ones to Watch, Best Lawyers, 2022

Press Releases


    The Secret About Staying Motivated, a discussion about the practice of teaching yourself discipline rather than relying on motivation. Published by the Women Advocate Committee of the American Bar Association and republished by the Michigan Defense Trial Counsel.



    J.D., University of Detroit Mercy School of Law

    B.A., Eastern Michigan University


    State Bar of Michigan