Jeffrey Prystowsky



Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP

Jeffrey Prystowsky is an intellectual property litigator at Morgan, Lewis & Bockius in Boston, MA, advising a broad range of clients on copyright, trademark, generative artificial intelligence (AI), false advertising, patent, software, and trade secrets disputes. Jeff represents clients across a wide variety of sectors, including technology, arts, entertainment, life sciences, retail, sports, and transportation. He also maintains an active pro bono practice, regularly representing survivors of domestic violence in trial and appellate proceedings against their abusers. Jeff advocates for his clients while maintaining a commitment to treating others with civility and respect.

Prior to joining Morgan Lewis, Jeff was a professional bassist and songwriter in The Low Anthem, an internationally touring band that opened for Bruce Springsteen, Emmylou Harris, and The Avett Brothers and performed at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Newport Folk Festival, and on Late Night with David Letterman three times. Jeff was also instrumental in reopening The Columbus Theatre, an 800-seat historic opera house in his hometown of Providence, Rhode Island.

While in law school, Jeff was president of the Intellectual Property Law Association. He organized and moderated five programs on cutting-edge IP law—“Copyright and Racial Justice,” “Cultural Misappropriation,” “Real World IP,” “Hip Hop and the Law,” and “Art Law: Warhol v. Goldsmith”—that featured panels of leading academic scholars and practitioners in the field.

Jeff was valedictorian of Roger Williams University School of Law and lives in Providence, RI with his wife and two (soon-to-be three) children. He earned his BA in music and history from Brown University.