Intellectual Property

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Briggs and Morgan’s top-rated intellectual property attorneys can help you maximize the value of your IP and avoid risk. Briggs’ IP lawyers have been recognized by their peers as “Top 40 Intellectual Property” lawyers, Intellectual Property “Super Lawyers,” and Minnesota Attorneys of the Year. As a result, they possess the knowledge and breadth of experience to understand your business and help you achieve your objectives. Briggs’ IP Section takes pride in providing experience equal to large coastal firms at Midwest prices and with Midwest client responsiveness. Our services include:

Sampling of recent representative experience:

  • Non-infringement finding and complete defense verdict in Eastern District of Virginia in a case involving stent grafts in 2012, followed by a summary affirmance at the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals in 2013, on a case with an $85 million claim by plaintiff.
  • Successfully represented client in a major patent infringement action involving graphical software programming and systems, which involved over 500 patent claims, and navigating highly complex litigation and Patent Office reexamination issues.
  • Developed, implemented and manage the national and international trademark policing and enforcement efforts for a national real estate development and construction company, with over 300+ successful enforcement matters to date.
  • Develop patent drafting, filing and prosecution strategies in cross-discipline market involving psychology, physiology and physics to provide therapeutic results using new consumer healthcare equipment.
  • Obtained preliminary injunction preventing the shutdown of Fortune 500 client’s enterprise management software due to allegations of copyright infringement.

Representative Matters



IntellectualIP is a Briggs and Morgan and University of Minnesota Law School – Educational Co-Sponsor blog. It’s intended to provide practical information concerning U.S. and international intellectual property law. Opinions expressed on this blog do not reflect University of Minnesota support or endorsement of Briggs and Morgan or of any other non-university entity cited or linked to on this site.