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Each International Intellectual Property Lawyer at Lott & Fischer has the Experience Required to Protect Our Clients’ IP Assets Worldwide

Our intellectual property practice is international in scope. We help foreign clients protect their IP assets in the United States and domestic clients protect their IP assets abroad. If you are in need of an experienced international intellectual property lawyer, each member of our team is more than up to the task.

At Lott & Fischer, our international intellectual property practice is led by founding partners Leslie Lott and Ury Fischer. Leslie is listed in the Guide to the World’s Leading Trademark Law Practitioners and is a former member of the International Trademark Association’s (INTA) Board of Directors. Ury has an active leadership role at the American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA) and is fluent in both English and Spanish. They each have a significant number of clients throughout Europe, South America, Central America and the Caribbean.

About Our International Intellectual Property Practice

Within our international intellectual property practice, we represent companies around the world in connection with IP registration, IP-related litigation and transactional IP matters:

IP Litigation in the United States

In the United States (as in many other countries around the world), IP owners have an obligation to enforce their exclusive rights in order to preserve them. We have extensive experience representing foreign owners of U.S. IP assets—including patents, trademarks, copyrights and trade secrets. If your company is dealing with infringement in the United States, we can take action to seek an injunction and other appropriate remedies—and we can do so on an emergency basis if necessary. If your company is being accused of infringing another IP owner’s rights in the United States, we can defend your company by all means available.

IP Litigation Abroad

We also represent U.S. IP owners in protecting their exclusive rights abroad. Through our vast network of associated counsel, we have extensive experience litigating intellectual property-related disputes around the world—from South and Central America to Europe, Asia and the Middle East. Many of our U.S.-based clients have extensive global IP portfolios, and they rely on our lawyers to both monitor for potential infringement issues and pursue appropriate remedies on their behalf as warranted. Our international IP litigation experience includes (but is not limited to) litigating disputes in foreign countries that are signatories to the Madrid Protocol, Paris Convention, and Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT).

Protecting IP Assets Worldwide

In addition to handling IP litigation in courts and other tribunals around the world, we also assist our clients with registering and otherwise protecting their IP assets worldwide. From securing international patent, trademark and design registrations to managing our clients’ portfolios and negotiating contracts that comply with local laws in international jurisdictions, we provide full-service global IP protection wherever our clients’ needs arise.

Talk to an International Intellectual Property Lawyer at Lott & Fischer

If you would like to speak with an international intellectual property lawyer at Lott & Fischer, we encourage you to get in touch to discuss what we can do to help. To schedule an appointment, please call 305-448-7089 or contact us online today.

Leslie Lott and Ury Fischer are both Board Certified in Intellectual Property Law by the Florida Bar—and they have been since the inception of the Florida Bar’s Intellectual Property Law Certification program. Ury has also served as Chair of the Florida Bar’s Intellectual Property Law Certification Committee. As the Florida Bar explains, the purpose of its Intellectual Property Law Certification program is to identify lawyers who “have the special knowledge, skills, and proficiency, as well as the character, ethics, and reputation for professionalism, to be properly identified to the public as certified intellectual property lawyers.”