Nardiello Law is uniquely equipped to handle any intellectual property claims that arise in litigation, from federal and state court to the USPTO Trademark Trial and Appeal Board, to the Court of International Trade. The firm’s founder, Jason Nardiello, has litigated intellectual property and business matters around the country to solve various business challenges and disputes.
Intellectual property litigation is one of the most complex areas of law in the U.S. It is not enough to simply assign a “general litigator” to an intellectual property case in the hope that the attorney’s skills acquired in litigating cases in unrelated areas of law will apply equally well to IP litigation. Many firms take this approach, and we believe that it is neither the most effective nor the most efficient method in terms of time and therefore cost.
Our clients benefit from our experience acquired by Jason Nardiello for nearly two decades in not only handling issues in trademark, copyright, trade secret, unfair competition, and other areas of IP law, but also in protecting clients’ rights through complex trademark prosecution at the USPTO, as well as creating and enforcing various IP-based agreements, such as licenses, assignments, and confidentiality agreements. Adding to the mix of experience is our handling of over 85 Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB) proceedings, some for major foreign global companies who sought to protect their trademark rights at the USPTO. Finally, our knowledge of the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) procedures for protecting and enforcing IP rights at the U.S. border rounds out our overall IP litigation services.
By having a well-rounded IP experience, both inside and outside of litigation, we can see the finer points of legal disputes that can be overlooked by attorneys who have not expanded their practice beyond general litigation. Below are some of the areas of IP law where we help clients.