Intellectual Property Law Firm
Experienced Patent Licensing And Litigation Representation
Our attorneys at PV Law LLP represent clients with a host of intellectual property concerns, from litigation to licensing agreements.
As members of leading boutique and Big Law firms, the lawyers of PV Law LLP have represented clients through fundamental changes in IP law, spanning the creation of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, as well as global litigation among technology and industry leaders.
Our attorneys have experienced the rise of nonpracticing entity (NPE) litigation; the adoption of the America Invents Act (AIA), the sword and shield of §337 proceedings before the International Trade Commission; the monetization of intellectual property; and recently inter partes review (IPR) and post grant review (PGR) proceedings before the Patent Trademark and Appeals Board (PATB).
Knowledge And Cultural Awareness
The in-depth knowledge of our lawyers of PV Law LLP transcends our extensive legal and technical skills: We understand the range and nuances of the challenges our clients face.
We immerse ourselves in the market sectors and cultures of our clients; in fact, our attorneys have spent extended periods of time living and working in countries such as China, Korea and Japan, forming strong relationships with the legal, business and science communities and an understanding of the internal mindset of our clients.
Each PV Law LLP team member has a valuable sensitivity to how culture affects communication and business practices, in addition to the nuances of how different cultures interrelate. This experience facilitates our ability to effectively assist our clients within the United States, whether before federal district courts or the PTAB.
Unmatched Depth Of Experience In Asia
Robert Gaybrick, a co-founder of PV Law LLP, led prior firms in establishing their first offices in Japan and China, and he spent decades living and working in those countries.
Through many years of representing domestic and Asian clients on hundreds of IP disputes and transactions, Robert and fellow firm co-founder Bradford (Brad) Cangro understand that successful IP representation means a successful result for their clients’ businesses.