Meagher + Geer’s intellectual property attorneys represent clients in trademark, copyright, trade-secret, licensing, and unfair-competition matters. A significant portion of our intellectual-property work takes place at the intersection of intellectual-property law and employment law, where we deal with disputes regarding confidentiality clauses and non-competition agreements. We are often hired to seek immediate injunctive relief on behalf of clients seeking to protect their intellectual-property rights when an employee leaves the company. The firm’s experience includes representing plaintiffs seeking to protect their intellectual-property assets and defending companies and individuals accused of violating somebody else’s intellectual-property rights.
We represent clients in pre-suit negotiations and seek alternatives to litigation when appropriate. When litigation is required, we are experienced in numerous state and federal courts.
To discuss an IP matter, please contact IP practice group chair, John Radmer.