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The Intellectual Property Litigation practice at Procopio provides an experienced and multi-faceted team to assist clients when the potential for IP litigation arises. Procopio’s IP litigation attorneys are experienced in patent, trademark, copyright, trade secret, and Internet-related disputes in federal, state, and appellate courts throughout the United States and before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, and before arbitration forums that decide domain name disputes such as the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN). Our attorneys have experience litigating in federal trial and appellate courts nationwide, including the United States Court of Appeal for the Federal Circuit. In addition, we work with clients to develop alternative strategies to litigation, including structuring novel settlements, pursuing alternative dispute resolutions, and engaging in quasi-litigation and administrative proceedings such as International Trade Commission proceedings, patent reexaminations, and Trademark Trial and Appeal Board proceedings.

Our trial attorneys have tremendous experience in explaining complex litigation issues to judges and juries to achieve desired outcomes. Our IP litigation attorneys are experienced in all aspects of IP law, and work in tandem with our transactional IP attorneys. This integrated approach allows our IP litigators to consider all aspects of an IP dispute and to account for clients’ short term and long term business goals in addressing litigation.


 
 
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When is Final Really Final? The Federal Circuit Wrestles with Conflicting Court and PTO Decisions Relating to the Same Patent
Robert H. Sloss, October 08, 2014
Yogi Berra, the sage of baseball and life, once said, “It ain’t over until it’s over.” In many respects, that philosophy applies to district court patent infringement litigation that advances in parallel with proceedings in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office to invalidate...

Protecting Confidences: Applicability of the Attorney-Client Privilege to Communications Made in Japan
Miku H. Mehta,Robert H. Sloss, June 11, 2014
The attorney-client privilege has been a part of Anglo-American jurisprudence for centuries. With the increased importance of globalization and the prevalence of cross-border transactions of all kinds, the availability of the privilege to protect the confidentiality of sensitive communications...