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

  • Inter Partes Reviews – Patent Owners to Get a Helping Hand? // May 28, 2020
    Proposed rule changes by the United States Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO) published on May 27, 2020 may finally help improve patent owners’ odds of avoiding inter partes reviews (IPRs).  Read more

  • Panitch Schwarze Partner to Discuss Global IP Issues at Federal Circuit Bar Association Bench & Bar // May 14, 2020
    Panitch Schwarze partner, Philip L. Hirschhorn, joins a panel of fellow thought leaders at the Innovation and Incentive Systems webinar to discuss the types of incentives (and disincentives) that exist in the Global IP community and their impact on innovation. Read more

  • U.S. Trademark Office Makes Process Changes to Combat Bad Faith Filings // May 12, 2020
    The ongoing pandemic of COVID-19 has changed the way the United States Patent and Trademark Office operates, but the work of protecting intellectual property continues, albeit in a different manner. So, when a public meeting of the Trademark Public Advisory Committee (TPAC) was held on April 17, 2020, it was held online. Read more

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