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If you are currently involved in patent infringement litigation, you owe it to yourself and your future to work with reputable patent attorneys who are well informed of the most recent intellectual property rights. The Potts Law Firm is here to answer any questions and address any concerns you might have regarding your patent and whether your rights have been infringed upon.
When you allow The Potts Law Firm patent attorneys to handle your patent infringement case, you’ll be working with a team of professionals who have the knowledge and experience needed to take the case to trial if it is necessary.
The Potts Law Firm also welcomes any inquiries you might have about your particular patent situation and whether or not an infringement may have occurred. Our mission is to ensure that all clients are armed with the legal knowledge and resources they need to make informed decisions. Let us help you protect your valuable patents.
A patent is a government-granted right given to inventors that prevents other individuals and companies from selling, making, or using the patented invention in the U.S. or having the invention brought into the U.S. Should anyone ever violate the terms of your patent or try to use your patent without your permission, you may have grounds for a patent litigation case.
Examples of patent infringement litigation include:
- Facets of Markman proceedings
- Pre-assessment of patent infringement, validity and effectiveness
- Assessment of claims related to patent damage
- Disputes over the rightful ownership of an issued patent
- Legal proceedings brought before the International Trade Commission
- Trial of infringement cases that are presented before a jury or judge
It makes no difference which industry your patent is for or the age of your business, the patent attorneys at The Potts Law Firm have the expertise and legal knowledge you need and deserve. If you even think there’s a chance you may be dealing with patent infringement, you’re encouraged to schedule a consultation with the firm immediately to protect your legal rights.
There are many different kinds of injuries that are handled by personal injury lawyers and some lawyers specialize in certain types of cases. The most common kinds of personal injury claims include the following:
- Traffic accidents involving cars and trucks (which can also include motorcycle accidents and bus collisions)
- Work-related accidents (including those that involve workers’ compensation or workman’s compensation claims)
- Slip and fall accidents
- Injuries suffered as a result of an assault
- Accidents occurring in someone’s home
- Product liability (defective product manufacture or design defects)
- Medical malpractice claims (negligence by doctors, medical staff, dental accidents which can also include injuries to the brain, head, and spine, and to children during child birth)
- Toxic torts or industrial disease claims, such as injuries resulting from asbestos, mesothelioma, lead poisoning, chest related diseases (which includes emphysema, pneumoconiosis, silicosis, chronic bronchitis, asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, and chronic obstructive airways disease)
- Job-related stress disorders (such as deafness, occupational stress, contact dermatitis, and repetitive strain injuries such as carpal tunnel syndrome)
This means that the law firm will work on your case and usually advance the expenses of litigation, but will not charge you unless and until they recover money damages for you.
Yes, most of the time as you’ve just read. There are a few exceptions when a law firm might not pay up-front expenses of a personal injury lawsuit. The first instance is when the case is not very strong but the client still wishes to go ahead with the lawsuit. An attorney may not wish to undertake all the high financial risk of a tenuous case by paying all the up-front expenses and relying only on a contingency fee. Another instance occurs where a reasonable settlement offer is made to the client but the client refuses to accept the offer against the advice of the law firm. If the client wishes to continue to pursue the case in the hope of receiving more money, the client will need to pay for future expenses and may be required to reimburse the law firm for prior expenses.
No, you will not owe the firm/attorney anything if we don’t win your case, this is a gamble that the firm takes and must consider when taking a new case.