Patent, Trademark and Copyright Litigation

The intellectual property litigators at Lewis Rice aggressively advocate for our clients' intellectual property rights in courts across the country and around the world, both in defense and enforcement of infringement claims. We litigate patents and related intellectual property issues in virtually every major field. We litigate registered and unregistered trademarks, trade names, trade secrets, and trade dress. We also litigate copyrights related to books, drawings, architectural drawings, and other media. And, perhaps most importantly, our litigators have the knowledge and experience to present complex technical issues in a way that judges and jurors understand.

In recent years, our intellectual property litigators have successfully opposed some of the largest law firms in the country at a fraction of their costs. Our team includes former federal court clerks, attorneys licensed before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, and graduates of the best law schools in the country. The combination of these talented attorneys, our client-focused, objective-driven approach, and Midwestern rates results in effective and cost-efficient litigation. Indeed, our clients often receive a cost advantage over their opposition without sacrificing resources or talent, which can provide leverage and flexibility in resolving high-stakes, "bet the company" intellectual property disputes for large and small companies alike. And, because our litigators are also experienced in antitrust and other commercial areas, they are able to fully assert or defend our clients' rights in any pending matter.

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