Our Intellectual Property Group’s services range from
prosecution for emerging companies, to "high-stakes" litigation on
behalf of multinational corporations. From New York to California, from Germany
to China to Japan, our clients know that high quality does not have to mean
Our industry experience includes:
- Consumer Electronics
- Medical Devices
- Consumer Products
- Internet/Digital Media
With many cases spanning the globe, our attorneys have accumulated notable victories and other accomplishments, including the first-ever patent infringement case commenced by a Chinese company in the United States. Our attorneys have deep litigation experience, involving a wide variety of technological disciplines. We have litigated patent cases involving consumer products; complex electronics such as flash drives, LED lighting products, power tools, cameras, ground fault circuit interrupters, computers and software; scientific instruments; chemical compositions; pharmaceuticals and medical devices. We also have substantial litigation experience with registered and common law trademarks; trade dress including packaging, product and store designs; and copyrights in numerous areas such as children’s toys, sculptures, apparel and textile designs.
We have a wealth of courtroom experience, ranging from preliminary injunctions, to discovery issues, to patent Markman hearings, to many jury and bench trials, to appeals to the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals and regional Circuit Courts. Our IP litigators are complemented by our large and experienced general litigation practice.
Post Grant Review Proceedings
We are experienced in litigating post grant review proceedings before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board. Our IP attorneys have broad-based experience litigating patent matters and strong technical backgrounds in electrical, mechanical and medical device technologies. We have acted as lead counsel in Inter Partes Reviews of patents covering LED packages and semiconductor chips, consumer packaging, and computer software and hardware.