What Does a Litigation Lawyer Do?

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What Does a Litigation Lawyer Do?

While many Largo residents realize that each attorney will have some kind of specialty, they often don’t know what each specialty entails. At Larson and Larson, our litigation lawyers often hear the question, “What does litigation mean?” Because we want you to fully understand what it is that we do, we have put together a list of some of the things we can do for you as your attorneys.

First off, it is important to realize that a litigation lawyer, or litigator, is more commonly known as a trial lawyer. Located in Largo, it is our job to litigate your case in federal court in Tampa or elsewhere, and receive a fair and just outcome. We will handle everything from investigations, to interviewing witnesses, to looking up past case files, to actually advocating for you in court. We also assist with settlements and appeals during the litigation process.

At Larson Patent Law, we specialize in intellectual property, including patents, trademarks, copyrights, trade secrets, and IP infringement. It is also important to note that we can handle cases for both plaintiffs and defendants. What this means is no matter if you have been accused of infringement or if you think someone else has infringed on your patent or trademark, we will be able to fight for you!

Why Choose Larson as Your Litigation Lawyer?

Since 1987, we have been helping the residents of Largo protect their intellectual property, both in and outside of the courthouse. Our litigation lawyers only handle intellectual property cases, so you know we are extremely knowledgeable. In addition, since we have extensive experience handling cases for both plaintiffs and defendants, we will be able to use this knowledge when advocating on your behalf.

If you want to protect your intellectual property, obtaining a patent, trademark, or copyright is the best route. In order to make sure you are fully protected, hiring a skilled patent attorney to help with the filing is always recommended.

If you have been accused of infringement or if you think someone has infringed on your intellectual property, call us today at Larson and Larson in Largo at 727-546-0660 to get started!

2016-11-09T16:48:01+00:00May 26th, 2015|Intellectual Property, Litigation|