Information for Patent Attorneys & Litigation Lawyers

Patent Attorney's substantive areas of practice includes patent, trade secret, trademark, product liability, anti-trust, medical malpractice and general commercial litigation.

All phases of litigation in administrative agencies, state and federal courts and the International Trade Commission including drafting pleadings, drafting and arguing motions, drafting trial and appellate briefs, conducting discovery, hiring and working with expert witnesses, preparing for and conducting jury and bench trials and appeals as both first and second chair, and supervising teams of lawyers and paralegals in large-scale cases.

The Patent Attorney Prepares and prosecutes patent applications, drafted and negotiated licenses and settlement agreements and evaluated companies’ patent portfolios in both pre-litigation and freedom to operate contexts and advises employees on the importance of intellectual property and record-keeping practices.