Selman Breitman’s Intellectual Property (IP) practice group represents clients in a wide variety of copyright and trademark suits involving numerous products and marks. Our clients range from sole proprietorships, medium-sized corporations to large, well-established businesses. Our IP lawyers handle copyright and trademark/trade dress suits in a variety of settings, including web-based scenarios on the Internet.
Our IP lawyers also handle related claims, including Lanham Act violations, federal and state unfair competition matters and business-related torts, such as trade secret litigation. Lawyers in the group handle the filing of copyright and trademark applications and counsel clients on trade secret protection issues.
Our intellectual property attorneys are also knowledgeable of the defense of injunctive and other equitable claims. Since these claims may effectively be decided at the preliminary injunction stage, clients greatly benefit from our attorneys' focused knowledge of the procedural aspects of defending against these equitable causes of action in both state and federal venues.