Taylor IP also enforces your patent rights through litigation in Federal Court. Typically, a patent infringement dispute begins with an analysis of whether the alleged infringing product, in fact, infringes upon the patent at issue.

If it does appear to infringe, then a cease and desist letter is sent to the opposing side, requesting that the party stop making the product, and perhaps pay for past damages.

If the parties are not able to agree on the alleged infringement, then the patent owner files a lawsuit in a federal district court where the infringer resides or does business. Taylor IP is experienced is all aspects of patent litigation and will effectively litigate your patent rights.