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

  • John D. Simmons and Bridget H. Labutta Attend Global IP Conference // June 27, 2017
    Intellectual property attorneys John D. Simmons and Bridget H. Labutta attended the May conference of the International Trademark Association in Barcelona, Spain. During the conference, more than 10,200 brand management, trademark, and other IP professionals met for five days of intense learning, business strategy meetings, and networking. Read more

  • SCOTUS Rules Trademark Disparagement Clause Unconstitutional // June 22, 2017
    By Bridget Labutta, Esq.  The U.S. Supreme Court recently ruled that the U.S. Trademark Office’s refusal to register “The Slants” as a trademark for an Oregon-based rock band was unconstitutional. This is a case the trademark attorneys at Panitch Schwarze have been watching closely, as this landmark decision could reshape U.S. trademark law significantly. Issued... Read more

  • Panitch Schwarze Attorney Honored with Lifetime Achievement Award // June 8, 2017
    Intellectual property lawyer given Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award Read more

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