IP Litigation

Patent and IP litigation

Patent and IP litigation

Patent and IP Litigation

Tran Law Firm has an intellectual property litigation practice based on the prosecution or defense of lawsuits involving patent infringement, trademark and and copyright disputes.

The Houston lawyers at the Tran Law Firm handles select intellectual property matters consisting of evaluation of trademark searches, the preparation and prosecution of state and federal trademark registrations, and preparation of copyright registrations.

The Texas intellectual property attorneys at Tran Law Firm LLP understand that patents, trades secrets, copyrights, and trademarks are valuable assets that provide an individual and business with financial value and competitive advantage.  When these intellectual property assets are infringed or misappropriated, the  intellectual property litigation lawyers at the Tran Law Firm are here to help.  The intellectual property litigation lawyers at the Tran Law Firm, are experienced in enforcing the intellectual property rights of companies and individuals.  Our litigation experience includes representing companies, partnerships and individuals on claims of:

  • Patent infringement;
  • Copyright infringment;
  • Trademark infringement;
  • Trade Secret misappropriation.
  • Breach of Non-Disclosure Agreement that relates to confidential and proprietary information.

Our intellectual property attorneys have represented clients from the following technologies and industries:

  • Personal computers
  • Software
  • Medical devices
  • Consumer storage devices
  • Aquarium equipment
  • Oilfield equipment
  • Recreational products
  • Fashion and more

The lawyers at Tran Law Firm LLP have also litigated related business torts, such as unfair competition, federal trademark dilution, violation of Texas Anti-dilution statute, Federal False Advertising, Texas common law trademark infringement, Texas common law negligent interference with prospective economic relations, Texas common law tortious interference with prospective economic relations, common law product disparagement, common law trade libel, and declaratory action for non-infringement, and declaratory action for patent invalidity.

 

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