Intellectual property law practice is a complex area dealing with many aspects of corporate and commercial processes. Close attention must be paid to protecting the intellectual property rights of businesses. This is especially so as in the global economy, intellectual property is a corporation’s most valuable asset and lies at the very core of every product or service brought to the market.
Intellectual property issues do not usually arise on their own; they include other practice areas such as Antitrust/Unfair Competition, Mergers and Acquisitions, and Personal Data Protection. Our wide range of practice areas ensures that our lawyers are skilled at handling these types of complex, cross-practice matters and can provide comprehensive advice in acquiring, enforcing, defending, and exploiting intellectual property rights.
We achieve our clients’ intellectual property objectives effectively and efficiently by combining a deep understanding of a range of intellectual property law with knowledge of our clients’ industries, including the relevant business and regulatory environments.
Our commercial lawyers are experienced in handling intellectual property-based transactions from franchising to technology procurement for a wide variety of clients, from technology startups to major international airlines. Our seasoned intellectual property trial lawyers appear regularly before courts, arbitration panels, and administrative tribunals involved in administering intellectual property law, and have substantial courtroom experience at both the trial and appellate levels.
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