Intellectual Property Litigation

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Lindquist’s intellectual property litigation attorneys work vigorously to enforce your rights and to defend you against allegations of infringement. Our attorneys have worked in federal and state courts across the country in all the key areas of intellectual property – patents, trademarks, copyrights, and trade secrets.

We work in numerous industries, but we have particular expertise in manufacturing, medical device, food and beverage, publishing, technology, ecommerce, and software. Intellectual capital can be one of a business’s most valuable assets. We understand how these intellectual assets support strategic goals, and we tailor our enforcement strategies to achieve your business objectives. 

Experience
  • Representing market leader in underground trenchless technology, successfully eliminated all but four claims of opposing party’s patents through reexamination at the USPTO and then obtained favorable claim construction and summary judgment of no infringement on remaining claims.
  • Successfully defended veterinary diagnostic laboratory against claims of patent infringement related to gene identification.
  • Enforced our client’s patent against infringing consumer healthcare products, resulting in the infringing product being removed from the market.
  • Represented national chain of sporting goods stores to obtain declaration of non-infringement and invalidity of copyrights in sculptures of wild animals.
  • After successfully defending against a motion to enjoin our client form using its mark and name in the banking industry, we resolved the matter while meeting our client’s business objectives.
  • Enforced clients’ exclusive patent-licensing rights in an arbitration, resulting in the elimination of a competitor in their territories,  and a royalty payment.
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