We have organized the practice areas of our firm around providing a complete suite of intellectual property law services to meet the specific business needs of our clients.
The following practice areas, while useful short-hand for categorizing the varieties of legal counseling and advocacy we can perform for you, in truth and in reality often overlap. Rest assured that we will deliver the precisely tailored set of skills and expertise that matches your business and legal needs.
Seasoned litigators understand that the courtroom is not always the most effective venue for resolving a dispute.Learn More
With a vibrant trademark and anti-counterfeiting practice, we understand that your business’s reputation, brand identity, and good name in the marketplace constitute a crucial competitive distinction in the eyes of your customers.Learn More
Today's copyright law issues have expanded well beyond its classical roots in literary works, spanning from electronic books to blogs and social media sites to the reproduction and re-use of online materials to the misappropriation of data.Learn More
Competitors aggressively vie for the attention and business of customers. We have all encountered salesmanship and even boastful exaggeration. But sometimes the line is crossed into the realm of “false advertising.”Learn More
At Amster, Rothstein & Ebenstein LLP, our intellectual property practice knows no bordersLearn More
As a firm that focuses exclusively on all facets of intellectual property law, Amster Rothstein & Ebenstein LLP has more specialized intellectual property law attorneys than general practice firms many times our size.Learn More
Our litigators have represented and continue to successfully represent our clients before the International Trade Commission, as both complainants and respondents.Learn More
To a historically unprecedented degree, today's products and services are a product of innovation. Patents protect your firm's most valuable assets - its innovations.Learn More
Whether you are a patent holder or an accused infringer, over the past decade the role of third party and post-issuance practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has grown significantly.Learn More
The most successful companies in today's technology and brand-driven economy view their intellectual property as a crucial and valuable asset.Learn More
Trade dress, like trademark, can be used to protect almost anything that is capable of carrying meaning.Learn More
Trade secrets are information confidential to your firm, which help you obtain a competitive advantage.Learn More
Trademarks are nothing less than your identity and brand in the marketplace. For many firms this can be an asset of almost incalculable value. Trademarks and Service marks are indispensable to establishing and maintaining the reputation of your firm, your products, and services, and your brand, and to providing the competitive distinction that puts your business over the top.Learn More
What all of the many forms that unfair competition can take have in common is deception. Unfair competition can occur when a competitor infringes your trademark, “passes off” their product as if it were yours in a manner likely to confuse consumers as to the product’s true origin, or otherwise misappropriates your intangible assets.Learn More
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