Client Challenges

You may be wondering whether you need a Trademark, Copyright or Patent? What are the differences, and how do you use these protections effectively? How do you know what you need to protect? Is your idea patentable? Your idea may be novel, but protecting it requires skill and experience. You need the help of an Irvine patent attorney with over 15 years of experience.

Client Challenges
Intellectual Property Attorney

Expert Knowledge

Intellectual Property is specialized and complex, requiring a total understanding of the complex issues involved. Technology changes rapidly, but the law does not. We act as in-house counsel for clients who don’t want to worry about protecting their intellectual property. Contact our Orange County intellectual property lawyers to discuss your matter today.

IP Portfolio for Startups

Launching a startup is delicate business. In the initial phases, leveraging IP assets to get funding can be critical. We help you develop your ideas and protect them, addressing challenges related to protecting trade secrets, potential IP infringements, licensing strategies, and total protection under the law.

IP Portfolio for startups

Worldwide Patents


Assets Protected

Expert Patent Lawyers Serving Orange County & Los Angeles

Over 150 worldwide patents, in the U.S., Canada, Great Britain, Germany, France, Switzerland, Sweden, Belgium, Netherlands, Austria, Spain, Italy, Greece, Turkey, and Australia. Discover different types of patents our Irvine patent attorneys have facilitated.


IP & Business Litigation

More than $500,000,000 in assets defended and protected, including patent infringements, breach of contract and trade secret matters.


  • Plaintiff sued Defendants for infringing its patented anti-snoring device with potential damage recovery of over $1,000,000. Following a preliminary injunction proceeding, Defendants were enjoined from further infringing activities according to a settlement agreement. Case 8:16-cv-01265-DOC-KES (represented plaintiff in patent infringement)
  • Plaintiff sued Defendant alleging Defendant hacked into its computer system and appropriated its trade secrets relating to computer programs inside Engine Control Units of race motorcycles, in addition to breaching its contract with Plaintiff. Defendant countersued Plaintiff for copyright infringement with potential damage recovery of over $10,000,000. Following Defendant’s subpoenas of Plaintiff’s host server company’s records and discovery of Plaintiff’s alleged trade secrets, the parties settled the case according to a confidential settlement agreement. Case 8:16-cv-00040-JVS-KES (represented defendant in computer hacking)
  • Plaintiff sued Defendant for damages in excess of $1,000,000 in a breach of contract action where Defendant refused to deliver its manufactured baby products to Plaintiff alleging Plaintiff wrongfully acquired a Chinese trademark that was identical to Defendant’s U.S. trademark. Following an unsuccessful attempt to obtain the Chinese trademark, the parties settled the case according to a settlement agreement. Case 2:16-cv-00012-PSG-SS (represented plaintiff in breach of contract)

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