Litigation - Intellectual Property
Practice Area Definition
Intellectual property litigation is generally understood to comprise the provision of advice and representation, whether by way of negotiation, judicial proceedings, alternative dispute resolution, mediation or arbitration, in all matters relating to contentious proceedings (either administrative before federal officials or tribunals or judicial before federal or other courts) involving rights respecting patents, trade-marks, official marks, copyright, moral rights, industrial designs, brand names, trade dress, personality rights, trade secrets, data protection, etc.; urgent interlocutory applications including injunctions, “Anton Piller” orders, etc. respecting alleged infringement of intellectual property rights, etc.; international intellectual property litigation; and other such matters.
Please note that the Directory has separate sections for INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW and COMPUTER & IT LAW.