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Litigation and Appeals

IPLL’s Litigation and Appeals practice is a leader across the business and technology sectors. Our attorneys possessing a long track record of achievement in complex commercial disputes, where the stakes are exceedingly high. We also bring exceptional industry knowledge and provide leading edge advice. With experienced trial and appellate lawyers, we litigate and win commercial disputes across multiple industries and geographies. Our value proposition is a holistic approach combined with




Copyrights and Litigation Documents

The matter Unclaimed Property Recovery Service, Inc. v. Kaplan No., 12-4030 (2d Cir., Aug. 20, 2013) presents an issue of whether the holder of a copyright in a litigation document may withdraw the authorization to use the document after the document has already been introduced into the litigation and make subsequent infringement claim for the use of the document in the litigation. The plaintiff in this case, Bernard Gelb and




Ward v. McDonald

Ward v. McDonald, No. 1:1997-CV-01224 (D. Md. Apr. 4, 1997). Represented copyright owner Pamela Ward in a copyright infringement action involving a short story adapted by defendant as a screenplay and performed on Broadway, with Kevin Bacon as leading actor in the show.




UTStarcom, Inc. v. Starent Networks Corp.

UTStarcom, Inc. v. Starent Networks Corp., No. 1:07-CV-02582 (N.D. Ill. May 8, 2007). Representation of plaintiff UTStarcom, a global leader in the manufacture of IP-based solutions and end-to-end telecommunications networking in misappropriation of trade secrets, copyright infringement, and patent infringement relating to geographically mapped telephone routing methods and systems.