Jim Willi focuses on civil, commercial, and intellectual property litigation and... more
Jim Willi focuses on civil, commercial, and intellectual property litigation and appeals. He also has considerable experience with business transactions, contracts, intellectual property licensing, business entity formation, real property transactions and litigation, probate and probate litigation, family law, wills, trusts, estate planning, asset protection, and collections. He has represented... view profile
Lead attorney in many cases, both for plaintiffs and defendants, and he has served... more
Lead attorney in many cases, both for plaintiffs and defendants, and he has served as an arbitrator in multiple cases. Represented a variety of enterprises in many industries and has extensive experience, both in the United States and internationally, counseling clients on valuation and enhancement of IP portfolios. Also a significant amount of time advising clients trying to develop intellectu... view profile
Peter ("Pete") Corcoran is the founder of Corcoran IP Law. Mr. Corcoran’s practice... more
Peter ("Pete") Corcoran is the founder of Corcoran IP Law. Mr. Corcoran’s practice is focused on contingency and blended-fee patent litigation, trials, appeals, licensing, and monetization throughout the United States. Mr. Corcoran shares the proceeds of his fees with attorneys that refer matters to him commensurate with their participation in the litigation. This is a perfect structure for pa... view profile
David’s second career, as a litigator, follows a career in professional baseball... more
David’s second career, as a litigator, follows a career in professional baseball that spanned five seasons. His journey as a minor-league catcher and coach in the Seattle Mariners, Oakland A’s, and Texas Rangers organizations was chronicled by Texas Lawyer and by Baylor Law School’s Rocket Docket, which described his most recent adventure as a member of New Zealand’s 2012 World Baseball Classi... view profile
I am also licensed to practice in the United States Virgin Islands, and admitted to... more
I am also licensed to practice in the United States Virgin Islands, and admitted to practice in the following Federal Courts: United States Supreme Court United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit United... view profile
Mr. Triantaphyllis has practiced intellectual property law (patents, trademarks,... more
Mr. Triantaphyllis has practiced intellectual property law (patents, trademarks, trade secrets, etc.), civil trial law and general business law for more than 20 years. Prior to forming the firm, Mr. Triantaphyllis practiced law with Butler & Binion, Conley Rose, and Squire Sanders and Dempsey. Mr. Triantaphyllis is authorized to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
Mr. Fischer has been counsel for his clients on numerous patent infringement cases... more
Mr. Fischer has been counsel for his clients on numerous patent infringement cases in the Federal Courts from coast to coast, representing clients from North America, Asia, and Europe. As a patent attorney, Mr. Fischer’s clients benefit from his extensive engineering and business management experience. As a licensed professional engineer, Mr. Fischer holds several U.S. patents of his own. He ha... view profile
Patent infringement attorneys deal with people who steal legally protected patented inventions. Examples of patent infringement include using someone else's patented medical formula to create your own cheaper cold medicine, or copying someone's patented software program so that you can build your own. If you have filed a patent and feel that someone is using your invention in an improper way, you need the services of a patent infringement attorney. Patent infringement attorneys know which options and procedures will get the desired outcome for your case (whether it's destroying the competing product, stopping the continued misuse of your invention, or compensation for the improper use of your patented invention). Patent infringement attorneys can also defend your use of materials if someone claims you have infringed on their patented invention.