Litigation

With a well-established record of enforcing and defending intellectual property rights, Stroock’s intellectual property litigators counsel clients involved in disputes over patent, trademark, copyright and other intellectual property rights before state and federal courts, the United States Patent and Trademark Office and the International Trade Commission.  Stroock’s intellectual property litigators have met success in obtaining verdicts with significant awards.  In 2013, the practice was awarded by Texas Lawyer’s Verdicts Hall of Fame for its excellence in intellectual property.  In addition, many of the intellectual property attorneys have been recognized by Chambers USA, Best Lawyers, Super Lawyers and Who’s Who Legal.
 
Our clients range from individual inventors and emerging businesses to large domestic and multinational corporations.  We represent companies whose businesses center on high-technology innovations, as well as traditional businesses with little or no technology.  Client industries include electronics, optics, computer software and hardware, telecommunications, semiconductors, pharmaceuticals, chemicals, biotechnology, medical devices, financial services and trading, consumer products, food products, refining, manufacturing, textiles, fashion, publishing, digital rights management, entertainment, multimedia, retailing and a variety of service industries.
 
Our patent attorneys are actively involved in litigating cases, both on behalf of clients asserting patent rights and those defending against charges of infringement.  We also counsel clients concerning trade dress, trade names and domain names worldwide, as well as a variety of related matters, including litigating cases for both plaintiffs and defendants involving trademark and trade dress infringement, unfair competition, false advertising, dilution of famous marks, product copying and domain name disputes in the United States and abroad.  We have also enforced our clients’ copyrights in the United States and abroad, as well as defended their rights against claims of copyright infringement.

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