Global Intellectual Property (IP) Transactions and Litigation

Providing experienced representation in complex IP protection.

Our team approaches intellectual property law with responsiveness and creativity — protecting the intellectual property assets of diverse clientele, ranging from Fortune 500 companies to individual inventors.

Problems Solved & Avoided

As an intellectual property boutique, our firm looks to prevent and avoid issues for clients in a proactive manner.

Frequently Asked Questions

Our attorneys answer questions about intellectual property matters, IP protection and trademarks on a regular basis.

Countries Served

Our domestic and international presence allows individuals and companies to resolve complex trademark and patent disputes.

Recent News & Events

  • Waiting to Enforce your Trademark Rights // November 20, 2018
    Owning a trademark brings certain benefits and obligations. If you are the first entity in a particular geographic area to use a distinctive word (or phrase, logo, color, etc.) to sell a product or to provide a service, then you may claim exclusive rights in that area for that trademark on those products or services. Your trademark rights allow you to preclude subsequent entities in the same area from using the same, or confusingly similar, trademark on related products or services. Read more

  • PTAB Declines to Review Panitch Schwarze Client’s Design Patent, Allowing it to Remain Valid // November 20, 2018
    Law360 covered a recent decision by the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) that effectively upheld a patent granted to Panitch Schwarze client Idea Nuova Inc. The PTAB declined a request for inter partes review of a patent held by Idea Nuova covering the design of a foldable chair. Read more

  • Understanding the Use of Decision Trees in Mediation // November 8, 2018
    A useful tool in preparing for mediation or in a mediation itself is a decision tree. Decision trees, also known as flow charts, help attorneys to make decisions early in the mediation process and plan for potential outcomes. Read more

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