Complex Civil and Intellectual Property Matters
Why us?All law firms say that they are client-focused. But we are not afraid to align our success with yours through contingency fee litigation and alternative fee arrangements. We combine big firm skill and experience with small firm efficiency, tenacity, and flexibility to exceed your expectations. Our firm's aggressive advocacy stems from the passion, hard work, and resources we put in to every case we encounter. These values have led to many successful cases and settlements for clients, both established companies and individual entrepreneurs and inventors.
"One size fits all" models are rarely appropriate for litigation. Since we are selective in the cases we choose to handle, we are able to devote the time and attention that is necessary to build a formidable case on your behalf. We are tenacious and are always prepared to fully litigate each case to a verdict, if necessary, and handle appellate issues, to obtain the best result for you. We also can leverage our litigation strategies to obtain early-stage, cost-effective, and favorable resolutions of intellectual property and complex litigation challenges.
The Katz Firm has a solid track record of success in protecting and enforcing our clients' patent, trademark, copyright, and other IP-related assets. We've represented companies and inventors in federal courts throughout the country and in wide-ranging industries, obtaining meaningful verdicts and settlements on behalf of inventors and business owners. We've successfully defended clients against infringement claims. We represent clients in Texas but most of our clients are located in other parts of the world. Our representations have included cases in the Northern District of Texas, including Dallas, as well as the Eastern District of Texas, including Marshall, and Tyler, Texas.
The Katz Firm has represented clients involving complex commercial matters as well as complex technology including Internet technologies, VoIP telephony, cellular phones, computer software, semiconductor fabrication, business methods, multimedia receivers, and computer components.