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The United States Constitution provides that Congress shall have the power “to promote the progress of science and useful arts, by securing for limited times to authors and inventors the exclusive right to their respective writings and discoveries.” The founders recognized that a strong intellectual property system was critical to the nation’s success and history has proven them right. When intellectual property issues are at stake, you need an intellectual property lawyer with the ability both to understand complex technical and legal issues and tell a simple and passionate story to a jury.
At Loevy & Loevy, we pursue intellectual property matters with a passion that reflects our history, and we combine that passion with the trial skills that have led to our tremendous courtroom success. Our experience includes:
- Patent litigation
- Copyright, trademark, and trade secret matters
- Intellectual property portfolio analysis and counseling
- Developing strategies and policies for securing and licensing intellectual property rights
- Responding to licensing demands
- Technology-oriented indemnification and other commercial disputes
- Drafting and negotiating technology-oriented contracts
Our intellectual property practice is led by a former partner at one of the nation’s most highly regarded intellectual property litigation practices, and our credentials as a firm meet or exceed those of major corporate law firms. Unlike most firms, however, we seek out opportunities to work on alternative fee bases, including flat rates and full contingency. We have experience in many different technology areas and in many different courts around the country, as well as the International Trade Commission.
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