In today’s global market, your business faces a growing number of challenges when it comes to intellectual property (IP): product lifecycles are short, competition is fierce and patent laws and regulations have become increasingly complex. To stay competitive and build upon your company’s value, you need an IP strategy that goes beyond research and development to proactively build a formidable patent portfolio.
Our global IP team has substantial experience with preparing, filing and prosecuting patent applications in both the United States and Europe, as well as with managing and protecting the patent portfolios of many of the world’s most notable innovators. Equally important, our business-first perspective makes us well-equipped to understand your goals, your competitors and the business and legal strategies that can help you go further and build a competitive advantage in your industry.
We also offer a deep bench of lawyers and patent agents in the United States and Europe with advanced degrees and industry experience in mechanical and electrical engineering, computer hardware and software, biology, chemistry, immunology, molecular genetics, bioengineering, physics and other highly technical areas. As a result, our team not only understands the technology behind your product but also the legal, regulatory and business issues that present a constant challenge for your company.
Our patent portfolio strategy and asset management team can use that understanding to take a big-picture view of your patent assets, products and distribution channels to identify new market opportunities and partners. That business-first analysis is designed to help your company increase revenue and build the value of your portfolio through licensing, enforcement and other commercialization strategies.
The industry recognizes the caliber of our work in IP; we are engaged frequently as experienced witnesses to assist other firms in litigation and to provide informed opinions on legal and technical issues. Let us show you what we can do for you.
Recognized nationally, internationally and in five different US jurisdictions
Shortlisted in the Northeast United States category for patent prosecution, with Ahsan Shaikh shortlisted for Patent Prosecution Practitioner of the Year. Also “highly recommended” or “recommended” in prosecution in California, Illinois, Massachusetts and Washington, DC