Intellectual Property Litigation

Intellectual Property Litigation

Intellectual property (“IP”) rights are rooted in Article I of the U.S. Constitution. IP litigation involves disputes relating to the protected creations of the human mind, including discoveries, inventions, artistic works, processes, and products. Since IP is protected by state and federal laws, these disputes are litigated in both court systems, as well as by arbitration and other alternative dispute resolution forums. Peter’s experience includes handling IP litigation, unfair competition litigation, and trade secret litigation. Less and less of these cases are going to trial. Therefore, it is critical to identify and focus on the client’s’ business objectives and the most cost-effective means of achieving those objectives. If a creative business resolution is in order, Peter will litigate the case in a manner that will direct the case toward such a resolution. He additionally has extensive experience in the use of alternative dispute resolution mechanisms. From the outset of each case, he explores with clients the potential risks, opportunities and costs associated with various strategies for dispute resolution, including litigation, mediation, arbitration, and negotiated settlements.

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