Crone Law Group | Intellectual Property
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Intellectual Property

Intellectual Property

CLG provides global intellectual property analysis and advice across a wide range of markets and technologies. We deliver practical advice and services to help our clients protect their intellectual property rights worldwide to achieve their business goals. Our intellectual property services include:

  • Patent searches
  • Patent application drafting
  • Patent opinions
  • Patent and trademark prosecution
  • Patent enforcement and litigation
  • Trademarks and Brands
  • Trademark searches
  • IP due diligence
  • Copyrights
  • Trade secrets
  • Licensing and Technology Transfer


Business Technology Transactions

CLG draws upon the diverse experience of its seasoned attorneys in all types of business transactions involving the purchase, sale and licensing of technology products and services. Our attorneys understand the business drivers on both sides of a technology purchase or sale transaction and will use this knowledge to achieve the most favorable result for our clients.

Representative Business Technology Transactions Experience

  • Technology transfer and license agreements
  • Technology development agreements
  • Distributorship and license agreements
  • Information Privacy and Security Management
  • End user license agreements and click wrap agreements
  • Profit participation agreements
  • Outsourcing and Offshoring
  • Patent, trademark and technology licenses
  • Intellectual property and technology acquisitions and divestments
  • Joint ventures and strategic alliances
  • Value added reseller agreements
  • Media, film, television, right of publicity, music and content licensing agreements
  • Development, manufacturing and commercialization agreements
  • Distribution, supply and OEM agreements
  • Software licensing and source code escrow agreements
  • Internet law/E-Commerce
  • Telecom, voice, data and related technologies network agreements
  • Consulting agreements, including project management and labor related services
  • Subscription service agreements (ASP/Software as a Service)

IP Litigation

At CLG, we work closely with private and public company clients in developing their intellectual property portfolios. We understand the sensitive and valuable nature of IP in our clients’ businesses and work vigorously to protect their rights in the event litigation arises. Our attorneys have expertise defending and enforcing IP rights of clients in myriad industries including biotechnology, electronics, telecommunications, energy, medical and software. Our team of litigators and IP specialists, many of whom hold technical degrees, work swiftly to respond to violations.

CLG will always seek to find the most expedient and commercially practicable result for its clients. Our attorneys work directly with clients to evaluate the most prudent yet effective manner of resolving a dispute, which may include alternative methods of dispute resolution such as mediation, arbitration or negotiating a settlement. We represent both plaintiffs and defendants and thus are well-positioned to anticipate the needs of clients and achieve favorable results.

CLG advises clients on all aspects of IP litigation before judicial as well as administrative courts including patent infringement, copyright and trademark infringement, rights of publicity, domain names, trade dress and trade secrets.

Our team of patent litigators combines comprehensive knowledge of patent law with seasoned litigation experience to represent clients in enforcement cases as well as defending clients against patent infringement claims. We regularly prepare and prosecute patent applications on a wide array of different technologies before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and thus our attorneys have in-depth knowledge of key issues of concern to patent examiners.