Patent and Trademark Litigation Lawyer
BCA attorneys aggressively enforce the intellectual property rights of individual inventors and companies nationwide. The Intellectual Property Section at BCA provides individuals and businesses with patent infringement services that include the following:
- Enforcement of Patent Rights against Infringers
- Defense against Declaratory Judgment Actions
- Negotiation and Settlement of Patent Disputes
- Litigation Strategy and Patent Prosecution Counseling
- Patent Licensing
BCA is devoted to ensuring that patent owners can protect their rights, despite the expensive nature of patent litigation. BCA therefore institutes flexible billing measures to accommodate your budget, such as contingency fee billing.
BCA Intellectual Properties Group – Your Ideal Local Counsel Partner
BCA also offers local counsel services in the Eastern, Southern, Northern, and Western Districts of Texas. BCA maintains its home office in the Eastern District of Texas and a hub office in the Southern District. BCA provides experience representing patent litigation plaintiffs in all district courts in Texas.
BCA has a nationwide litigation practice with a proven record of successfully handling complex matters. BCA attorneys offer trial skills and technical patent experience that distinguishes us from other trial firms. We further recognize that the primary purpose of litigation is to achieve our clients’ specified business goals and we therefore pursue every case with our clients’ business interests at the forefront of our litigation strategy.
The Intellectual Property Section at BCA focuses on patent infringement matters. The patent litigation attorneys at BCA are dedicated to helping individual innovators and businesses of all sizes protect their intellectual property rights. BCA attorneys have represented patentees in many technical fields of patent litigation, and they work diligently to prevent the unauthorized manufacturing, use, sale, and importation of our clients’ inventions.
If you are a party in a patent infringement dispute, or believe that your patent rights are infringed, we encourage you to contact an attorney as soon as possible. BCA attorneys will meet with you to review your case, and to develop a recommended litigation strategy that meets your business objectives and is within your budget.
We will perform a detailed review of your patent portfolio, the file histories, and any additional documentation related to the litigation such as documentation describing suspected infringement. We pride ourselves on developing a deep understanding of the patented technology, any pertinent prior art, and the relevant market. We acquire as much information as possible regarding any potential infringer(s), as well as any possible defenses they may raise during the course of the litigation.
After we complete our investigation, we will provide a recommended course of action. If we confirm infringement and decide to take your case, we will work with you to finalize a fee agreement and to prepare for litigation.
If we decide to proceed with litigation during the post-investigation consultation, we will then prepare and initiate lawsuits against the confirmed infringers according to our agreed litigation strategy. While some patent cases continue for years, the majority of parties reach settlements that resolve their cases prior to trial. We will always keep your ultimate business objectives in mind while pursuing our litigation strategy.
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