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

  • Urgent IP Notice: U.K. Filing Deadline for BREXIT Cloned EUTMs and IRs is September 30, 2021 // June 22, 2021
    At the end of 2020, because of Brexit, the United Kingdom formally separated from the European Union trademark system. This separation affected European Union Trademark registrations (EUTMs) that existed at that time, as well as existing International Registrations (IRs) extended to the European Union.  It also affected pending EUTM applications and IR extensions of protection to the EU. Read more

  • The Supremacy Of Grammatical Principles In Patent Claim Interpretation: Superguide And Simo Holdings // June 11, 2021
    Patent practice is an area of the law in which tradition is commonly relied upon. For example, “comprising” has been established in patent law, and is recognized by courts, as being an open-ended transitional term (i.e., similar to “including”) in claim language, whereas its dictionary definitions include definitions that indicate that it may be closed-ended. Read more

  • Oracle v. Google: The Never-Ending Case Finally Ends // June 7, 2021
    An intellectual property dispute between Oracle and Google that began over a decade ago, has finally reached its conclusion, in a Supreme Court decision rendered on April 5, 2021. Read more

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