Intellectual Property and Patent Litigation

We understand how important and valuable our clients' intellectual property is in today's economy.

Larson’s reputation for winning high-stakes trials is a critical tool when it comes to protecting our clients’ intellectual property rights and valuable assets.

We aggressively protect the originality of our clients’ creations in copyright, trade secrets, and trademark disputes. Our attorneys handle trade secret disputes across industries ranging from financial services to real estate, to software and technology. Media and entertainment companies, advertisers, technology startups, entrepreneurs, actors, musicians, and public figures regularly call on Larson to litigate claims related to publicity, false advertising, trade theft, and misappropriation of ideas and trade secrets.

Trial lawyers first and foremost, our patent litigation attorneys pair their acute understanding of cutting-edge technologies and industry acumen with decades of courtroom experience. Attorneys at Larson have managed and tried patent cases in all of the major patent venues across the country, including the Eastern and Western Districts of Texas, the District of Delaware, the Eastern District of Virginia, and the Southern District of New York. We team with industry experts to develop and implement a case strategy that simplifies complex technologies for juries and judges, placing our clients in the best position to win at every stage of patent litigation.

  • Obtained dismissals, later affirmed on appeal, of two intellectual property disputes related to a motion picture on behalf of an A-list actor and producer.
  • Achieved a motion to dismiss on behalf of Live Nation and Madison Square Garden in a highly publicized copyright dispute alleging unlawful usage of audio and television show footage.
  • Successfully litigated an entrepreneur’s claims of misappropriation and trade secret violations against Playboy.
  • Successfully represented a software company and its founders against claims alleging copyright violations, misappropriation of trade secrets, civil RICO violations, and breached employment agreements, in arbitration.
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