IP Litigation

 

IP Litigation: n. 1. The process of carrying on a lawsuit concerning the intangible rights protecting commercially valuable products of human intellect, i.e. patents, copyrights, trademarks, or trade secrets.

The U.S. Federal Court, located in Marshall, Texas, is known throughout the United States as one of the most popular courts in the country to file, defend, resolve and prosecute litigation involving intellectual property. Having lived and worked in Marshall and Longview for more than 35 years, the attorneys of Searcy & Searcy have deep ties to the local East Texas community. "We know the people and the community, so we are in the unique position of being able to provide well-informed advice to litigants in intellectual property disputes."

Representative Cases

  • Integraph Corp. vs. Intel
  • Sourceprose Corporation v. LandAmerica