Handling an Intellectual Property Dispute

Mar 21, 2018 | Intellectual Property

Intellectual property disputes now reach many more industries than they did in the past. No longer do intellectual property lawsuits only involve large corporations in medical and financial sectors. Any company may find itself embroiled in an intellectual property dispute, regardless of the size of the company or the industry in which it operates.

As a business owner, legal disputes involving intellectual property can be especially stressful because the outcome of the dispute often has a significant effect on your business and because finding a fair resolution to the dispute often requires the expenditure of significant resources. However, protecting your company’s intellectual property assets or defending against an unwarranted assertion of intellection property rights by a competitor is vital in determining your company’s ultimate success.

Whether you wish to enforce your company’s intellectual property rights or defend against allegations of intellectual property rights violations, one of the most important decisions you will make is to choose an attorney that suits you and the situation you face. Important considerations when choosing an attorney include: (1) competence and experience in handling intellectual property disputes; (2) technical skill and knowledge in the particular technology at issue, especially in patent cases; and (3) understanding your company’s specific business objectives at issue in handling the dispute.

While general practice firms may offer some intellectual property services, Wood Herron & Evans achieves superior results because protecting intellectual property is our sole focus. Our seasoned litigation attorneys have a proven track record of success within the state and federal courts across the country, including the Supreme Court of the United States and the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. They have the technical and legal skill your company needs to handle your intellectual property dispute. Navigate through our website to read more about business-related legal matters and our litigation and dispute resolution services.