With IP litigation, the stakes are high - choice of counsel is paramount. Experienced, effective, and sensible counsel is essential.
Nexsen Pruet's attorneys, capabilities, and experience provide the full range of intellectual property litigation resources:
- Patent infringement
- Trade secrets
- Trademark infringement
- Copyright infringement
- Unfair competition
- False advertising
- Domain name and cybersquatting
- Antitrust claims
- IP licensing and other transactional disputes
We litigate IP cases in all the courts as well as before administrative boards and dispute forums.
Sometimes IP disputes can only be resolved through litigation, either as the IP owner or as accused of IP infringement. With IP litigation, know-how counts. Nexsen Pruet stands ready.
Alternatives to litigation
Our clients count on us for careful evaluation of the legal consequences of intellectual property. From such evaluations, potential conflicts can be often avoided without litigation. Nexsen Pruet attorneys have the business sense to know when negotiation is preferred and have the experience to pursue alternative dispute resolution when appropriate. Sensible lawyers know that the courtroom is not always the best place to fix an IP problem. Nexsen Pruet IP lawyers know that.
Backed by the full resources of the entire firm, our IP litigators are well-equipped to pursue legal strategies that safeguard our Clients' intellectual property positions while preserving their competitive advantages, innovative approaches, and value from intellectual property.
- 05.13.2019 | News from Nexsen Pruet
- 07.06.2021 | Media Mention
Intellectual property and ligation attorney Lica Colwell discusses tips for business owners to protect their company and their intellectual property.
The Trademark Modernization Act is set to take effect on December 27, 2021. Bryan Baysinger discusses what clients should focus on to remain in compliance and other options when selecting brand names.
Eric Mills, Intellectual Property lawyer and practice group leader with Nexsen Pruet, introduces four new IP team members.