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Copyright Litigation & Strategic Counseling



While copyright does not protect facts or ideas, it may protect the creative way ideas are expressed. Ideas lead to products and services such as media, software code, and Big Data. As technology advances and the law around copyrights continues to evolve, protecting and enforcing your copyrighted works is critical to the success of your business, large or small. To protect those assets bolster your success, you need a legal team knowledgeable in both cutting-edge legal matters and the business issues you face within your industry.

In addition to sharing our deep technical knowledge around complex copyright issues, we help you go further by offering you practical business strategies to protect your creative works and enforce or defend those rights when necessary. Our team has a range of experience in obtaining the full benefit of their copyright assets, including identifying, protecting, and licensing copyrightable material, clearing rights, and negotiating licenses. Our goal is to protect your assets while minimizing risk. When potential disputes do arise, we help you resolve matters quickly with enforcing and defending your rights in litigation when necessary.


Molzan v. Bellagreen Holdings, LLC, et al. (U.S. District Court). Represented Bellagreen Holdings against claims regarding trademark license agreement, trademark infringement, false advertisement, trademark dilution, and copyright infringement.

Deepwater Marine Technology, LLC, et al. v. Tekumalla, et al. (U.S. District Court). Represented MODEC International, Inc. in enforcing claims for copyright infringement, misappropriation of trade secrets, unfair competition, unjust enrichment, and breach of contract.

PK-Interests, Inc. v. Teton Buildings, LLC, et al. (U.S. District Court). Represented Teton Buildings against claims for patent infringement, misappropriation of trade secrets, copyright infringement, trademark infringement, trademark counterfeiting, unfair competition, and breach of contract.