Once you have established your IP portfolio, it is critical to fiercely defend these most valuable assets from infringement. Clients depend on CSG Law to help enforce, protect and expand their intellectual property rights in the courtroom and beyond – all while providing strategic counsel on the latest advancements and decisions across the dynamic IP landscape.
CSG Law takes pride in its ability to favorably resolve cases in the most cost-effective manner. In addition to providing pre-litigation counseling and strategy and spearheading pre-litigation enforcement efforts, we have successfully litigated intellectual property matters in state and federal courts throughout the U.S. Our experience covers a vast array of IP-related disputes, including trademark infringement, trade dress infringement, copyright infringement, trade secret misappropriation, licensing disputes, cybersquatting, opposition and cancellation proceedings, false advertising and unfair competition cases. We have sought and obtained preliminary and permanent injunctive relief for numerous clients.
CSG Law IP attorneys are regularly called upon to help resolve trademark registration disputes before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board of the USPTO and represent rights holders in Uniform Domain-Name Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP) proceedings. We also advocate for our clients, with the help of our network of foreign associates, in trademark and copyright infringement and enforcement matters around the world.
We have been successful in litigating matters for clients across a wide range of industries – including entertainment, education, food and beverage, hospitality, apparel, housewares, sporting goods, cosmetics, technology, government and non-profit.
New York Law Journal: Trends to Watch Based On Recent Section 101 Patent Challenges in the S.D.N.Y.November 5, 2021
Recent Texas Decision Analyzes Defend Trade Secret Act’s Interstate Commerce Requirement in the Context of Real Estate TransactionsAugust 2021
New Jersey Law Journal: Considerations for Obtaining Foreign Trademark Registrations in a Global EconomySeptember 10, 2020
Abigail J. Remore Named to NJBIZ’s 2020 Forty Under 40August 20, 2020
Supreme Court Rules “Generic.com” Trademarks Eligible for Federal RegistrationJuly 2020
Supreme Court Rules that Willfulness Not Required for Award of Profits in Trademark Infringement CasesApril 2020
Foreign Parties Now Required to Retain U.S. Attorney for Trademark FilingsAugust 2019
Supreme Court Strikes Down Prohibition on Immoral or Scandalous TrademarksJuly 23, 2019
ConstructionDIVE: ICC v. UpCodes: Can a private organization copyright the law?July 17, 2019
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