Intellectual Property Protecting Corporate Assets
Patents, trademarks, copyrights, and trade secrets are intellectual property. Intellectual property refers to products that come from the creative mind when imagination is made real. Intellectual property is an asset just like your home, your car, or your bank account.
Just like other kinds of property, you can profit from intellectual property and it needs protection from theft and misuse. Some people confuse patents, copyrights, and trademarks. Although there may be some similarities among these kinds of intellectual property protection, they are different and serve different purposes.
Intellectual Property & Patents often represent a company’s most valuable assets. With the rapid advances in technology, patents are being increasingly contested in courtrooms by companies large and small. The intellectual property and patent trial lawyers at Sayles Werbner regularly litigate intellectual property and patent infringement matters on both sides of the docket, representing a wide variety of companies and investors in claims involving medical devices, consumer products, pharmaceuticals, software, electronics, and semiconductor technology.
Patent infringement lawsuits have unique protocols, and many cases are won or lost during the initial stages involving contentions and claims construction. Led by veteran trial attorney Dick Sayles, co-founder of Sayles Werbner, the firm’s intellectual property attorneys are well versed in the courts where patent cases are heard, particularly in the highly active U.S. District Courts for the Northern and Eastern Districts of Texas. This experience is why more and more companies are calling on Sayles Werbner for patent litigation expertise.
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