Trademark litigation, and trademark law in general, differs significantly from all other types of law. Some attorneys consider the law to be counterintuitive.
We believe that it takes many years of experience to properly understand the legal significance of the facts in a typical trademark dispute. We have many years of experience in these types of matters.
For example, there are conflicting forums where a decision in one does not affect a decision in another. An example of this is a decision in a Trademark Opposition by the TTAB, versus a state court trademark infringement ruling on the same facts. There are other situations like this, too. It is important for the attorney handling a lawsuit to understand these factors.
TYPES OF TRADEMARK CASES
- trademark Oppositions before the US Trademark Office
- trademark Cancellation proceedings before the US Trademark Office
- trademark infringement lawsuits in Federal Court
- trademark infringement lawsuits in state courts
- trademark infringement opinions
- trademark royalty disputes
- trademark ownership disputes
- appeals in the US Trademark Office to the Trademark Trial
and Appeal Board (TTAB)
- trademark appeals to the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (CAFC)
Please feel free to contact us for help with any of these situations. We enjoy what we do, and we are happy to talk with you! We would be pleased to provide a free initial consultation.