IP Litigation: Strategy + Negotiation + Trial + Appeal

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Intellectual Property Litigation

 Intellectual property (or "IP") typically refers to rights arising from 
​trademark, copyright or patent law.  More generally, intellectual property rights may also include other intangible rights, such as trade secret and contract rights.   For many companies, the value of intellectual property rights equals or exceeds the value of hard assets, such as buildings and equipment.

     IP Litigation is a shorthand and general way to refer to Intellectual Property Litigation. Most commonly, IP Litigation refers to lawsuits asserting claims for trademark infringement, copyright infringement and/or patent infringement.  IP Litigation can also include misappropriation of trade secrets and unauthorized use of data protected by contract rights or computer crime statutes.

      Please click on the links below to find out more specific information about Trademark Litigation, Copyright Litigation, Contract Litigation and Computer Crime Litigation.