RLMK-LitigationLITIGATION

IP litigation is very complex and requires an acute understanding of both the underlying technology and the specialized law, rules and procedure that govern such disputes.  Ryder, Lu, Mazzeo & Konieczny has a team of experienced attorneys that litigate intellectual property disputes throughout the country for a wide variety of clients and technologies.  Our litigation attorneys have both the technical background and legal experience necessary to effectively and successfully advocate these highly-technical and fact-intensive cases as either a plaintiff or defendant.  RLMK is equally experienced to assert claims against potential infringers and to defend our clients against charges of infringement.
 
IP infringement is a special form of harm for any company, which often requires expedited relief from the court.  Our litigation team has specialized experience prosecuting and defending motions for temporary restraining orders (TRO) and preliminary injunctions (PI).  We have a long track record of obtaining immediate injunctive relief against infringers, counterfeiters, bootleggers, and non-compliant former employees, and of defending client’s against baseless infringement claims from third parties.

Our attorneys have expertise litigating a broad spectrum of IP issues including:

Patents Litigation

  • Patent Infringement
  • Patent Misuse/Antitrust
  • Patent Invalidity
  • Patent Office Interference Proceedings
  • International Trade Commission (ITC) Proceedings

Trademark and Brand Litigation      

  • Trademark and Service Mark Infringement
  • Trade Dress Infringement
  • Tradename Infringement
  • Unfair Competition
  • False Advertising
  • Dilution
  • Palming Off
  • Reverse Palming Off
  • Unjust Enrichment
  • Interference Proceedings
  • Opposition Proceedings

Copyright and Content Litigation

  • Direct/Indirect/Vicarious Copyright Infringement
  • ISP Take-down Procedures
  • Vessel Hull Protection Act violations
  • Digital Millennium Copyright Act Violations

Trade Secrets and Economic Espionage

  • Misappropriation of Trade Secrets
  • Uniform Trade Secrets Act violations
  • Breach of Employment Agreements
  • Breach of Restrictive Covenant
  • Breach of Fiduciary Duty

Technology and the Internet

  • Cybersquatting/typosquatting
  • Pop-up and Pop-under Advertising
  • Sponsored Links and Sites
  • Framing and Linking
  • E-mail Privacy
  • Domain Name Disputes
  • Internet Privacy Violations
  • Computer Fraud & Abuse Act Violations