Complex, high-tech patent litigation.
 

Patent & Trademark Office Proceedings

The Pitcock Law Group advises clients on how to obtain intellectual property grants that maximize value.

The Pitcock Law Group often works with partner attorneys and firms to help clients file for intellectual property rights or to improve the value of rights sought. The Pitcock Law Group has filed, or advised on the filing of, numerous patents, trademarks and copyrights, with a particular emphasis on improving the future value of the right by using its litigation experience to improve the quality of the rights sought.
 
The Pitcock Law Group is also familiar with proceedings in the Patent and Trademark Office, which are administrative proceedings that are designed to change or eliminate the grant of patent rights by the Patent and Trademark Office. For example, the Pitcock Law Group has successfully represented Antec, Inc. in an inter partes reexamination seeking to invalidate Ultra Products, Inc. U.S. Patent No. 7,133,293 on personal computer power supplies. After the examiner rejected all nine claims of the patent, Jeremy Pitcock handled the appeal to the Board of Patent Appeals and Interferences, which recently affirmed the invalidity of all nine claims. Whether working for the owner of the IP rights, or the challenger, the Pitcock Law Group works to obtain the best possible result for our clients.


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This website may be deemed attorney advertising in New York state. Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.