By: Feras Mousilli
Your intellectual property – patents, trademarks, copyrights, trade secrets and more – can be a sword or a shield. You may be accused of infringing a patent in which case you need to understand your options and, potentially, mount a winning defense; that’s the “shield” part. Alternatively, you may have worked hard to develop intellectual property important to your success, and it may have been taken by a competitor, in which case you may want to sue for damages or to stop them from using your intellectual property; that’s the “sword” part. Either way, we can help.