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Briggs and Morgan's Intellectual Property section provides a comprehensive suite of intellectual property services designed to safeguard a company's intellectual property assets and its associated brands in the global marketplace. With our international capabilities, diverse technical backgrounds and combined experience, Briggs' team can effectively represent clients in all corners of the world.

Intellectual property portfolios are invaluable in today's sophisticated markets. At Briggs and Morgan, we recognize that patents are a key component of any successful portfolio. Well-crafted patent portfolios position innovative companies to achieve a variety of business objectives, such as augmenting market position, generating revenue, preventing competitors from copying technology, and encouraging favorable cross-licensing or settlement agreements.

Briggs' patent prosecution team is positioned to handle all of your needs for obtaining patents, and using patents and patent-related information strategically in the global marketplace. Using our broad base of experience, we advise clients at every step of the patent prosecution process. Our patent attorneys provide cost-effective guidance based on former experience as engineers and scientists, patent examiners with the USPTO Patent Examination Corps, and in-house counsel for multinational corporations. Together, this experience helps us effectively prosecute patent applications to yield patents that are successful in protecting a client's products and inventions against third-party infringement.

During the patent application process, we will work with you determine if seeking international protection is in your company's best interest and maximize patent filing opportunities. Our seasoned attorneys are capable of filing patent applications and maintaining patents anywhere in the world.


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.