Our litigation attorneys are experienced in resolving complex disputes arising in intellectual property law and from trade secrets and unfair competition. DeLio & Peterson has represented successfully large and small companies as well as individual inventors in a wide range of such cases.
Our attorneys have experience in all aspects of litigation from pretrial discovery to appeal, representing clients before U.S. Federal Courts, the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) (formerly the Board of Patent Appeals and Interferences (BPAI)), the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB), and the International Trade Commission. Our litigation practice includes representing clients in disputes involving patent, trademark, and copyright infringement, licensing, technology transfer, trademark oppositions and cancellations, patent re-issuances, and patent re-examinations.
Not only have our attorneys litigated intellectual property cases throughout the United States, but through our network of foreign associates, our lawyers have enforced our clients’ IP rights overseas including China, Germany, France, Japan, India, and England.
Clearly, a strong litigation position is conducive to achieving advantageous settlements when circumstances warrant. As a result, our clients are often afforded the opportunity to achieve their goals without the expense and risk of extensive litigation.