We litigate a wide range of intellectual property matters across the country. Our intellectual property experience includes prosecution and defense of patent, copyright, and trademark infringement actions. We have significant experience with false advertising litigation under the Lanham Act and also advise clients in connection with various Internet-related litigation issues.
Our firm has substantial intellectual property litigation experience representing high-tech clients in the food, drug, medical device, biotechnology, software, and telecommunications industries; manufacturing and consumer products companies; and entertainment, media, sports and Internet companies.
Our Intellectual Property Litigation Services Include:
- Construing scopes of Intellectual Property protection with respect to patents, trademarks, copyrights, trade secrets, trade dress and unfair competition and trade practices
- Analyzing the prosecution history for patents, trademarks and copyrights
- Developing strategic litigation strategies including counterclaiming and alternative business objectives such as cross-licensing
- Representing clients in enforcing their patents, copyrights and trademarks and defending against claims of infringement, and disputes concerning inventorship and ownership
- Participating in administrative proceedings before the Patent Office Board of Patent Appeals and Interferences and the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board
- Advising on all aspects of patent litigation including infringement and validity analysis; prosecution history issues relating to priority of invention and inequitable conduct; patent misuse and damages; antitrust issues and preliminary and permanent injunctions
- Counseling on all aspects of trademark litigation including trademark and trade dress infringement, likelihood of confusion analysis, protection of good will and brand value of client products, oppositions to pending trademark applications and petitions to cancel existing registrations
- Litigating Copyright issues pertaining to fair use and fair dealing, first-sale doctrine, exhaustion of rights, rights to display or reproduce, transfer of ownership, import and export matters and international protection under the Berne and Universal Copyright Conventions