Bradley’s patent litigation lawyers have successfully represented clients in patent litigation ranging from high-stakes cases between top competitors fighting for global market share to nuisance suits brought by non-practicing entities. While we understand no two patent cases are alike, our goal in every case is consistent: to deliver outstanding results in line with the client’s expectations. We do this by assessing the merits and exposure early, informing and advising the client accordingly, and then understanding and fulfilling the client’s objectives in this context — all while delivering excellent service.
When it comes to patent litigation, we go where our clients take us, not necessarily where we have offices. As a result, we have litigated patent cases in venues across the country. Our patent litigation experience includes challenging asserted patents in inter partes review and reexamination before the Patent Office, which we have found not only to be effective in ending the underlying litigation but also in strategically staying the case or narrowing the issues. Our lawyers are skilled in handling patent appeals, having taken patent litigation all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Our patent litigators include lawyers with degrees in biological, chemical, civil, electrical, environmental, industrial, mechanical, and nuclear engineering, software and computing, chemistry, and biology, and many worked in industry before attending law school. More than a dozen of our patent litigators are also registered patent attorneys. Our attorneys combine their deep litigation experience with their technical industry experience to perform as aggressive advocates for our clients before judges and juries.
We offer our depth and breadth of services to a diverse client base, ranging from startups and technology incubators to mid-sized companies and large multinational corporations, with numerous clients listed in the Fortune 500. Our patent litigators have represented clients in the areas of consumer goods, telecommunications, computer hardware and software, heavy manufacturing, agriculture, medical devices, and biotechnology, among others.