Intellectual Property

In many of today's mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures, partnerships, and licensing deals, an extremely thorough knowledge of intellectual property law is required in order to best serve the interests of clients, from valuating intellectual property to understanding the business landscape in which those assets are deployed. At Anderson, Reynolds & Lynch, we have extensive experience in counseling clients undertaking a variety of transactions. We aid clients in their pursuit of funding, drafting and negotiating licensing agreements for both buyers and sellers of technology, and conduct due diligence and opinion work on behalf of clients who need timely advice before and during negotiations and disputes over intellectual property assets.

Anderson, Reynolds & Lynch's Intellectual Property (IP) Litigation Group recognizes that evaluating, managing and protecting intellectual property is imperative to our clients' businesses. Litigation involving patents, trademarks, copyrights and other forms of intellectual property is complex and challenging. Our IP Litigation Group understands that intellectual property litigation requires not only knowledge of complicated technical issues and the law, but also the skill and resources to manage multi-party complex litigation.

Our team of skilled and experienced litigators have efficiently and effectively handled complex IP litigation matters in federal and state courts around the country, including jury trials, bench trials, evidentiary hearings (e.g., preliminary injunction), and appeals. Our litigators have experience with various intellectual property issues including: patent litigation; copyright litigation; trademark and service mark infringement; domain name disputes; trade dress infringement; trade secret litigation; and unfair competition.