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Latham offers an industry leading IP Counseling and Litigation Practice that advises clients on all stages of the IP pipeline.
Latham lawyers work with companies from formation and beyond to create strategies for building a portfolio of IP that protects and enhances the value of the company, taking into account the goals and strategy of the company, the competitive landscape, and the direction of the market the company is targeting. Latham lawyers also work with companies to protect trade secrets and mitigate trade secret-related risk associated with on-boarding new employees or business units.
As the company grows, Latham lawyers can work with the company to build a mature and defensible portfolio of IP to protect a company’s investments and technological position. In addition, Latham lawyers can counsel the company on responding to IP threats from third parties, as well as strategies for enforcing the company’s own IP.
Finally, in the event that clients experience intellectual property disputes, Latham’s internationally recognized IP litigation group provides clients with trial-proven teams experienced in all areas of IP law (including patent, copyright, trademark, and trade secret) and in all major forums (including federal district court, the International Trade Commission, the US Patent Office Patent Trial & Appeal Board, and circuit courts of appeal).