Moss & Barnett’s IP counsel extends beyond mere protection. We also advise clients on strategically leveraging and monetizing their most valuable business IP assets.

Moss & Barnett intellectual property lawyers secure and enforce patents, trademarks, and copyrights as well as advise on trade secret protections. We routinely navigate the complex channels of pursuing applications on behalf of clients that range from startups to Fortune 500 companies.

We tailor litigation and transactional intellectual property services to our clients' national and international needs, and we have successfully prosecuted trademarks and patents in the United States and around the world.

Transaction Counsel and Managing the Business of IP

Areas of transactional advice and counsel include:

  • Trademark prosecution
  • Patent prosecution
  • Copyright registration
  • Brand management
  • Licensing and technology transactions
  • Due diligence
  • Financing

IP Protection and Litigation

We advise clients on protecting their own IP and trade secrets as well as preventing and managing possible exposure for infringement claims on the intellectual property of others. Our intellectual property team works closely with firm colleagues in the litigation practice to handle patent, trademark, and copyright litigation as well as domain name disputes. Our experience includes:

  • Trademark infringement
  • Copyright infringement
  • Patent infringement
  • Patent invalidity
  • Trade dress disputes
  • Trade secret theft
  • Unfair competition
  • Domain name and cybersquatting claims

We get up to speed quickly and help clients develop competitive strategies. Often, we work side by side with other experts our clients engage to structure and finance transactions and strategies that best utilize our clients’ resources.

IP Experience Strengthened by Technical Knowledge

Moss & Barnett intellectual property lawyers are technically savvy. Some hold degrees in scientific and engineering disciplines in addition to being experienced trademark and patent prosecutors, business litigators, and counselors. Others previously worked with leading national or regional IP boutique law firms and bring a depth of technical and legal resources in managing clients’ matters.



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