Global Intellectual Property (IP) Transactions and Litigation

Providing experienced representation in complex IP protection.

Our team approaches intellectual property law with responsiveness and creativity — protecting the intellectual property assets of diverse clientele, ranging from Fortune 500 companies to individual inventors.

Problems Solved & Avoided

As an intellectual property boutique, our firm looks to prevent and avoid issues for clients in a proactive manner.

Frequently Asked Questions

Our attorneys answer questions about intellectual property matters, IP protection and trademarks on a regular basis.

Countries Served

Our domestic and international presence allows individuals and companies to resolve complex trademark and patent disputes.

Recent News & Events

  • Charged with an IP Crime? Your Lawyer Better Know Science as Well as Criminal Law // May 19, 2016
    By Fred Tecce, Esq. When federal agents swarmed the home of Temple University physics professor Xiaoxing Xi and charged him with spying for China, scientists across the country better have taken note. This was an egregious case of an alleged IP crime which turned out to be nothing at all. Unfortunately, it is likely to... Read more

  • Thomson Reuters Names 11 Panitch Schwarze Attorneys Among 2016 PA Super Lawyers and Rising Stars // May 13, 2016
    Philadelphia and Wilmington IP lawyers listed among Pennsylvania’s and Delaware’s elite attorneys. Read more

  • The Defend Trade Secrets Act: What IP-Driven Companies Need to Know // May 3, 2016
    By Alan S. Nadel, Esq. When we wrote recently about trade secrets, we noted that enforcement in the United States fell largely to state laws modeled on the Uniform Trade Secrets Act (UTSA), first drafted in 1979. With its signing in February 2016 of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, though, the United States obliged itself to enact... Read more

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