It's all about outcomes.
Many roads to success — but only one starting point.
Buchanan’s intellectual property litigators start each case from the same basic proposition: we are committed to obtaining the best possible outcome and achieving our client's business objectives in the most cost-efficient way. We work closely with our clients to understand their business objectives and a strategy that will meet those goals. Our ultimate goal on each matter is to achieve success for the client.
Buchanan's IP Litigation Practice Group recognizes that whether our clients are plaintiffs or defendants, they need a team that is committed to the client, that understands the scientific, technological and engineering issues presented by each case, and that has the IP litigation experience necessary to prevail in complex IP disputes. That team is Buchanan's IP Litigation Practice Group.
Buchanan's IP litigation practice covers a wide range of intellectual property disputes. Our core practice includes:
- Patent Litigation
- Patent Interferences, Reexaminations and Reissues
- Trademark Litigation
- Copyright Litigation
- Unfair Trade Practices and Unfair Competition Litigation
- U.S. International Trade Commission Litigation
- Trade Secrets Litigation
- Appellate Litigation
Using our exceptional depth in science, technology and engineering, we have represented a wide range of clients in these practice areas at all levels of the U.S. judicial system. We also assist our clients in handling international disputes by coordinating IP litigation in the United States with related IP litigation in other nations.
Restrictive Covenant and Employee Transition Litigation.
Often, companies are faced with the need to protect their customer relationships and customer data, both proactively and when a key employee departs for a competitor. Capable of providing a full range of protection when such needs arise, Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney has a deep bench of experienced restrictive covenant litigators
ready to assist in employee transition related disputes.