Patent Disputes Claim Victory
As your patent investments prosper and grow in value, commercial disputes often become inevitable. At Kilpatrick Townsend, we protect our clients’ most important products and brands in patent infringement and enforcement disputes in federal and state court, before the International Trade Commission (ITC) and Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB), and in mediation or global arbitration. Our 55-member patent litigation team has handled more than 550 patent litigation cases in the past five years alone, representing clients in more than 30 states — including popular venues known for speed-to-trial, such as the Eastern District of Texas, the Eastern District of Virginia, the District of Delaware, as well as the U.S. Court of Appeals — and throughout the world. We leverage our unmatched litigation, technical, and industry experience when anticipating and strategically managing all aspects of a patent litigation case. When a case advances to trial, our nationally-recognized litigators zealously advocate for our clients on high-tech, high-stakes matters involving biotechnology, chemistry, electrical, and mechanical technologies; telecommunications; pharmaceuticals; computer software and hardware; consumer products; and medical devices.
- Pre-Trial Strategy
- Settlements & Appeals
- Biologics & Pharmaceutical Patent Litigation
- ITC Section 337
- Post-Grant Proceedings
- Derivation Proceedings
- Arbitration & Other ADR
Litigation - Patent Law
U.S. News - Best Lawyers® “Best Law Firms” (2017)
The Best Lawyers in America® (2016)
patent litigation cases in the past 5 years,
including 377 in district court and 173 before the PTAB
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