Intellectual Property Litigation

The United States District Court for the Western District of Wisconsin has historically been an active venue for complex intellectual property litigation. This is because of its reputation for prompt resolution of cases. The parties in patent, trademark and copyright disputes need attorneys who are familiar with the court and who have expertise in the complex issues in intellectual property matters. Axley intellectual property attorneys have been at the forefront of this practice area.

Axley has appeared as counsel for numerous national and international corporations litigating in our Western District. Our litigators have also appeared as counsel in front of courts throughout Wisconsin. We use our expertise and knowledge to obtain every possible advantage for our clients in federal and state court litigation.

Our Intellectual Property and Technology Team also assists clients with technology transactions and licensing, copyrights, trademarks and trade secrets.  Intellectual property disputes can also involve considerable expense, making it vital for clients to consider all options for resolution.  Axley attorneys practice throughout Wisconsin and can provide alternative dispute resolution services in every forum.

Intellectual Property Litigation Attorneys

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