Handling Intellectual Property Disputes Statewide
Your company's intellectual property includes not only patents, trademarks and copyrights, but also confidential information such as customer lists, business plans and product development. If a former employee or another party has stolen your company's intellectual property, the early involvement of an experienced attorney may be able to limit the damage.
The Houston intellectual property theft attorneys at Kerr, Hendershot & Cannon, P.C., both prosecute and defend against claims of intellectual property theft. We represent businesses in Texas in intellectual property and other matters throughout the state.
Put more than 25 years of experience on your side. Call 866-398-1856 or 713-893-1668 to schedule an initial consultation with our firm. You may also contact us by email.
Our Texas Intellectual Property Theft Practice
Our lawyers have experience prosecuting and defending against all types of intellectual property theft claims, including claims involving:
- Proprietary software
- Chemical formulas
- Trade secrets
- Marketing information
- Client/customer lists or information
- Product development
- Business plans
In many cases, the party accused of stealing the intellectual property may not have enough assets to pay damages. As a result, our immediate priority is to seek an injunction to prevent the party from using the information.
In addition to litigating claims of intellectual property theft, our lawyers draft employment contracts with nondisclosure agreements, confidentiality agreements and other clauses to protect your company's intellectual property.
Contact Us for Your Intellectual Property Theft Litigation Needs
Contact the Houston intellectual property theft attorneys at Kerr, Hendershot & Cannon, P.C., by calling 713-893-1668 or 866-398-1856. You may also contact us online. From our Houston office, we represent businesses as well as individuals throughout Texas. Our lawyers are also available to meet with clients by appointment only at our offices in Galveston, Sugar Land, Austin and Corpus Christi.