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When you need a litigation attorney specializing in intellectual property for your case in Tampa, give Larson and Larson a call. Our lawyers focus on the full range of your intellectual property matters including patents, trademarks, copyrights, and protecting your intellectual property in foreign nations.

Regardless of how far your case will go — whether it stays at the state level, reaches the federal courts, or proceeds to appeal — we can analyze your situation and create a plan of action. Once you know what you are up against, we develop a strategy to accomplish your goals. We are here for you through each step of procurement, prosecution, licensing, and litigation of intellectual property. The process may involve the need to register your intellectual property or enforce against violations of your patents, trademarks, or copyrights.

Your litigation attorney in Tampa can help you through the process of protecting your inventions, brand names, and original works both locally and worldwide. Each segment of intellectual property applies different procedures and guidelines for you to follow. Let us help you protect your creation from conception to implementation.


Acquiring a patent can seem overwhelming for even the most brilliant of minds in Tampa. Patents protect your inventions by granting you the sole right to make, sell, use, and export any apparatus, method, composition of matter, ornamental appearance of a product, or new plant varieties invented by you. There are many different types of patents available to you, and a patent litigation attorney can help you understand your options and what the process entails. They will also help you claim the broadest scope of your invention possible at home or abroad.


If you have a product or a business whose reputation is tied to a brand, name, symbol, design, or slogan, the importance of claiming your trademark cannot be overstated. Your trademark litigation attorney can help you through each step of the drafting and filing process to make sure that your trademark is registered and enforceable. In the case of difficulties or refusals from the USPTO, your trademark lawyer will respond on your behalf and fight to register your trademark.


Modern day technology makes intellectual property theft simple for just about anyone.  If you are an artist or creator of original works including literary, dramatic, musical, or artistic works, this is bad news. The good news, however, is that the United States government enables you to protect your original works to encourage creativity and innovation. When filed and registered, your works are protected by copyright. Copyrights grant you exclusive abilities to reproduce, distribute, perform, display, or prepare derivatives of your original work in Tampa and beyond. Let us help you register your copyrights to ensure remedies are available to you in the case of theft or infringement of your exclusive ownership rights.


If you need help preparing licensing agreements to ensure that you alone reap all the benefits of your protected intellectual property, patents, trademarks, and copyrights, let your IP litigation attorney in Tampa assist you with the entire process from start to finish. Entering into a license agreement allows others to use, sell, and manufacture your patented inventions, trademarked slogans, or copyrighted works in a manner approved by you.

Call a Litigation Attorney at Larson and Larson to Protect Your IP

No matter where you need protection — at home in Tampa or abroad — a trusted litigation attorney at Larson and Larson can help you through the registration process to make sure that your work and the associated revenue are retained by you. We have a well-developed international network of foreign associates, which enables us to register your intellectual property rights in any foreign country. Give us a call at 727-546-0660 to talk with someone who specializes in intellectual property. We have the experience to make sure your patents, inventions, and creative works are fully protected, and, if necessary, enforced.