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Intellectual Property

Patents. Trademarks. Copyrights. Licensing. Litigation. Whatever the nature of your IP assets, we know they were hard earned and likely comprise the very lifeblood of your brand and business. Failing to adequately acquire, manage, enforce and exploit these assets could be the difference between competing and succeeding, or having to shut your doors. Warner’s Intellectual Property team brings the experience and specialization of a boutique practice, but with the additional resources of a large business law firm behind us – allowing us both to see the big picture and to counsel you in that critical context. Let us help protect and position you, so that you can focus on your purpose.

Your “It” Firm for IP

No matter how complex your IP issues – and whether you are a large, multinational conglomerate or a small start-up – you can consider Warner a one-stop shop for the full range of your IP protection, management and prosecution needs. Across all IP and related disciplines, our team has the experience, technical background and business acumen to help you develop, protect and fully exploit your innovations on a global scale. That is why leading corporations count on us to handle their complete IP portfolios and help set their broader strategy.

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Strengths Snapshot

  • Patent counseling
  • Patent preparation and prosecution
  • Chemical arts
  • Electrical arts
  • Mechanical arts
  • Structural arts
  • Portfolio management
  • Patent litigation
  • Trademark searching
  • Trademark risk assessment
  • Trademark prosecution
  • IP Cease and Desist letters
  • Trademark litigation
  • Copyright litigation
  • Trade secret litigation
  • Post-Grant Proceedings
  • Patentability, Freedom to Operate, Non-Infringement and Validity Opinions
  • IP Licensing, Agreement and Monetization Programs
  • Trademark consent and co-existence agreements
  • Co-branding
  • Royalty agreements
  • IP Audits and Due Diligence
  • Trademarks, Trade dress and Brand Management
  • Advertising
  • Publicity rights
  • Copyrights
  • Domain names
  • Automotive IP issues
  • IP issues arising in supply chain agreements
  • The internet of things (IoT)
  • Artificial intelligence
  • Software