Ben Meroney began practicing law in 1991, concentrating his practice in intellectual property matters in 1993. His practice encompasses the full range of intellectual property matters, including transactional, prosecution, litigation, and business counseling in the patent, trademark, copyright, trade secrets, and e-commerce areas. His transactional work has included a variety of intellectual property exploitation matters, such as licensing transactions, distributorship agreements, IP due diligence associated with business M&A and business spin-offs, joint venture research and development collaborations, software beta test agreements, software development contracts, shrinkwrap and clickwrap licenses, branding, and co-branding agreements. He has represented both acquiring and acquired companies in negotiations to transfer intellectual property assets. He has helped a variety of companies establish trade secret policies and employee policies, including confidentiality and noncompete agreements.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Bernard F. Meroney