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Intellectual Property Litigation
Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt has an outstanding intellectual property litigation practice. Our IP litigators represent clients in disputes involving patent infringement, trade secrets, trademarks, copyrights, intellectual property licenses, privacy, and unfair competition. Unlike general litigators who handle an occasional intellectual property case or patent lawyers who may help with an infringement dispute related to a patent they have prosecuted, Schwabe's IP litigators devote their practices to intellectual property cases and have deep experience both in enforcing intellectual property rights and in defending against claims of infringement. Our IP litigators are able to draw on the depth of Schwabe's IP Practice as well as the resources of one of the Pacific Northwest's largest full-service firms, ensuring that cases can be staffed with the appropriate litigation and technical resources necessary to achieving our clients' objectives at trial, or on appeal.
Schwabe's IP litigators have litigated cases in a wide variety of technologies and business areas, including electronics, software and open-source software, semiconductors, the Internet, networking, mechanical devices, aerospace, telecommunications, entertainment, transportation, and consumer products. Our IP litigators are admitted to and practice before the state and federal courts in the Pacific Northwest and California, the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, the United States Court of Federal Claims, and the United States Supreme Court, as well as the International Trade Commission.