Intellectual Property & False Advertising Litigation

The firm’s trademark and false advertising litigation practice specialize in coordinated litigation, U.S. district court litigation, arbitrations, and oppositions before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board. Our false advertising litigation clients have included many top dietary supplement companies.

Businesses and individuals like inventors, scientists, writers, and creative artists own intellectual property such as trademarks, copyrights, patents, and trade secrets like customer lists and business procedures. In today’s world of information, the most valuable assets of a company can be its intellectual property assets.

The attorneys at The Law Firm of Arthur W. Leach have successfully resolved cases protecting the intellectual property rights of its clients, ranging from individuals to pharmaceutical companies. Our attorneys have the litigation experience to assist intellectual property owners in protecting their rights.

Intellectual property litigation is complex. IP is, by definition, novel, creative, and intangible. Patent infringement is particularly challenging because of the underlying science and technology associated with inventions. Our attorneys are experienced litigators who are well equipped to handle the inherent complexities of litigation related to intellectual property rights.

We provide our clients with services across the spectrum of IP work, including:

  • Patent litigation before the district courts, appellate courts, and ITC
  • Trademark and false advertising litigation
  • Copyright, trade secret, domain name, and corporate espionage litigation
  • Patent prosecution and strategic counseling
  • Trademark prosecution and strategic counseling

When litigation is necessary, the team at The Law Firm of Arthur W. Leach is as skilled in the courtroom as it is around the negotiation table.  The firm’s success in enforcing and defending intellectual property rights is built on the real-world experience of its attorneys who have the acumen and technical expertise necessary for the most complex litigation.


Our attorneys have significant trial experience on behalf of both plaintiffs and defendants and have represented clients in various trial and appellate courts across the nation, including the U.S. Supreme Court. Meticulous preparation is the underpinning of our winning track record.


Implementing your business strategies through licensing programs can maximize revenue streams from your intellectual property. Companies rely on our strategic know-how, negotiation skills and contract expertise to advance licensing opportunities.


Intellectual Property Trial Practice

The Law Firm of Arthur W. Leach’s litigators have a passion for winning lawsuits and are recognized for their accomplishments in the courtroom. We provide counseling concerning disputes involving patents, trademarks, licensing and confidential information. Our attorneys have significant experience prosecuting and defending patent and trademark infringement cases, unfair competition cases, Internet and technology disputes, franchise disputes, litigation concerning trade secrets and restrictive covenants and other claims relating to intellectual property.

Patent Litigation

Corporations involved in high-stakes intellectual property disputes need trial lawyers who know their own business and make it their business to better understand their clients’ businesses. The Law Firm of Arthur W. Leach believes in combining proven first-chair trial lawyers with lawyers who are dedicated to patent work with a deep bench of technical specialists. This combination has often led to synergies between the skills of a trial lawyer and the expertise of a licensed patent attorney.

We associate ourselves with patent litigators that have been recognized in publications such as Chambers USA, Legal 500, America’s Leading Business Lawyers, The Best Lawyers in America, Georgia Super Lawyers, and New York Super Lawyers. Our patent trial lawyers routinely appear in district courts across the country, including busy venues such as the Central and Northern Districts of California, Georgia and New York.