Our experienced litigators defend our clients’ interests in pharmaceutical, medical device, financial services and high technology matters. They have successfully tried cases in federal district courts throughout the country. They appear frequently in infringement, inventorship, and Hatch-Waxman matters in the top patent jurisdictions, including the District of Delaware, Eastern and Western Districts of Texas, Northern and Central Districts of California, Northern District of Illinois and before the International Trade Commission. Often those court matters are strategically coordinated with proceedings before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) of the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office and before the European Patent Office.
Trademark & Copyright Litigation
Working with our trademark and copyright lawyers and bringing a cross-departmental focus to bear, our litigators protect our clients’ brands, reputations, developments and hard work in trademark and copyright disputes involving the healthcare, life sciences, real estate, apparel, food and beverage, gaming, technology, manufacturing, and software fields. We represent clients both in court and before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board at the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office.
Trade Secret Litigation
Some of the most sensitive proprietary information on which companies rely in conducting their business lies in their trade secrets. These important assets are increasingly subject to misappropriation through data breaches and cyber-attacks, as well as through employee movement and corporate espionage. Our litigators work together with our privacy & data security colleagues and with our employment lawyers to protect our clients’ highly valuable secrets and to defend against allegations of misuse in state and federal courts.
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John J. Tumilty
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Paige K. Zacharakis
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