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Not just any lawyer can be an IP litigator. Explaining complex intellectual property takes lawyers who know the science and technology, as well as the law, and have the trial skills to convince judges and juries of the correctness of your position. This is the strength our IP litigation team brings to your case.

IP Litigation Takes a Special Breed of Lawyer

Whether you are a plaintiff or a defendant in an intellectual property dispute, you need a team that understands the scientific, technological and/or engineering issues embodied in your case and the business issues that will drive your decisions and has the IP litigation experience to help you succeed. Our IP litigators know the science and technology, as well as the law and the courts. And we will work closely with you to understand your business drivers.

We can represent you at all levels of the U.S. federal judicial system. As award-winning IP litigators, we are adept at guiding judges and juries through the technical complexities of any dispute. And we fully understand the effects of changes to U.S. patent law brought by the Leahy–Smith America Invents Act (the most significant change to the U.S. patent system since 1952) and can advise and represent you accordingly.

We have prevailed for clients in complex patent proceedings and in appeals to the Federal Circuit. From selecting the right federal trial venue to developing an aggressive trial strategy to settling cases at the right time, and throughout the trial and appellate processes, we assist you every step of the way.

Our practice covers a wide range of intellectual property disputes, such as:

  • Patent Litigation.
  • Trademark Litigation.
  • Copyright Litigation.
  • Unfair Trade Practices and Unfair Competition Litigation.
  • U.S. International Trade Commission Litigation.
  • Trade Secrets Litigation.
  • Appellate Litigation.
  • Hatch-Waxman Litigation.

In addition, we are known for our international experience. We can assist you with international IP disputes by coordinating litigation in the United States with related litigation in other nations.