James P. Muraff’s practice involves all aspects of intellectual property, such as domestic and foreign patents, trademarks, copyrights, trade secrets and unfair competition, including counseling, investigations, transactions, prosecution and litigation, with a primary focus in the computer hardware and software, electronics, and Internet technologies.
Jim is regularly involved with software and Internet clients for transactional, licensing, clearance, and general intellectual property law counseling. Jim’s practice also includes significant litigation experience involving various technologies in patent, trademark, unfair competition, copyright and trade secret cases within federal courts, a representative list of which is set forth below. He has been involved with all of the related aspects of these cases, such as discovery and discovery motions, as well as numerous motions for summary judgment, motions to dismiss, and trial preparation. Several of these cases have included foreign parties and international issues.
Articles in the National Law Review database by James P. Muraff