Proven Skill In Intellectual Property Litigation
A unique name, product, service or technology may be the foundation of a business or its competitive edge. Those companies must be vigilant to any encroachment or misappropriation of their intellectual property. Conversely, in the litigious world of business, competitors and former employees may be forced to defend themselves against allegations of theft or infringement.
The Womack Law Firm represents either party in intellectual property litigation. Our Houston business litigation practice has successfully prosecuted and defended against legal actions, trying cases all the way to verdict. More often than not, we are able to protect clients and resolve disputes without the expense and uncertainty of going to court. We are always guided by the goals and best interests of our clients.
For a confidential consultation with attorney Mark T. Womack, call us at 866-397-8032.
Trademark Infringement, Licensing Disputes And More
As a civil litigation attorney, Mr. Womack has practiced for more than 30 years, representing commercial clients in Harris County and statewide Texas. His clients range from independently owned businesses to midsized companies and major corporations, in a wide array of industries.
We routinely encounter intellectual property disputes as stand-alone cases or as an element of larger contract disputes or partnership dissolutions. Mr. Womack can knowledgeably address conflicts involving:
- Trademark infringement
- Copyright infringement
- Technology and licensing agreements
- Theft of trade secrets
- Nondisclosure agreements
- Non-competition agreements
- Royalty contracts
- Franchise agreements
- Internet domain name disputes
Patent law is highly technical and highly specialized. When intellectual property litigation involves patent infringement, we coordinate with recognized experts in that field to ensure protection of our clients’ interests.
Trial Experience In Intellectual Property Law
Mr. Womack is a formidable litigator who will take aggressive action to protect intellectual property rights or counter unfounded accusations. But he knows that winning in court can be cost-prohibitive or burn bridges with key players. He draws on his courtroom reputation and legal experience to explore alternatives to litigation, including arbitration or out-of-court settlements when it is prudent to resolve the dispute quickly. As a proven trial lawyer, he can gauge whether to fight and he can position you for the most favorable outcome.