trade dress infringement

Trademarks and Advertising

IPLL’s trademarks and advertising practice area offers lawyers with exceptional experience in client intellectual property and business issues. Our areas of coverage include anti-counterfeiting reviews, audits of portfolios, cancellations, clearance searches and opinions, docketing, domain name acquisitions, domain name enforcement and resolution, due diligence analysis for business consolidation, licensing agreements, litigation in federal and state courts, maintenance, renewals, oppositions, preparation and filing of new applications, prosecution of existing applications before

Intellectual Property

IPLL’s intellectual property practice area includes attorneys and legal assistants with multiple decades of IP experience who have distinguished themselves in the profession. Holding advanced degrees and bringing years of industry experience in cutting-edge scientific disciplines, our counsel have represented clients throughout the world in IP procurement, prosecution, registration, licensing, technology transfer and litigation. As counsel, we are partners with high technology, life sciences and media corporations to secure and

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

Morningware, Inc. v. Hearthware Home Products, Inc.

Morningware, Inc. v. Hearthware Home Products, Inc., No. 1:2009-CV-04348 (N.D. Ill. July 20, 2009). Representation of defendant/counterclaimant in action involving infringement of patent directed to cookware technology, trade dress infringement, unfair competition and product disparagement under § 43(a) of the Lanham Act, deceptive trade practices under Illinois state law, common law unfair competition and commercial disparagement.