Fitch, Even, Tabin
& Flannery LLP - Firm Profile
Fitch, Even, Tabin
& Flannery LLP
Size of Organization: 55
Year Established: 1859
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Fitch, Even, Tabin & Flannery was founded in 1859 as Goodwin, Larned & Goodwin making it the senior established law firm in Chicago. Its practice is devoted to intellectual property and technology related law.
Fitch, Even, Tabin & Flannery practice areas include client counseling, licensing and litigation (of all forms of intellectual property rights), patent prosecution, protection and enforcement of patent rights, patent validity and infringement opinions, unfair competition and trade secrets, media rights clearance, E-commerce, internet domain names, prosecution and maintenance of trademarks and copyrights, trademark registrability and infringement opinions. We advise and assist clients in the negotiation of all manner of agreements involving or related to the transfer of intellectual property, e.g., acquisitions/divestitures, assignments, research and development agreements, licenses, confidential disclosure agreements, consulting and employment agreements.
The firm's clients range from independent inventors to multi-national corporations. The firm regularly represents its clients in courts and governmental agencies in the U.S. as well as some 140 other countries.
Firm members have been leaders in their respective fields of technology as well as in the legal community, having served as expert witnesses, special masters in the Federal Courts, educators, authors and also founders and presidents of noteworthy legal associations including the Intellectual Property Law Association of Chicago and its predecessor.
Statement of Practice Summary:
Intellectual Property and Technology-Related Law including United States and International Patents, Trademarks, Trade Secret, Copyrights, Unfair Competition, Advertising, Trade Secret, Media Rights Clearance, E-Commerce, Internet Domain Names, Antitrust and International Trade Commission Causes and Related Litigation.