Law Firm Overview
The Juhasz Law Firm recognizes that there is often a correlation between the value of IP and the extent of linkage between the IP and business strategy of a company. That is why our mission at The Juhasz Law Firm is to help companies strategically protect and position their IP in a way that seeks to link IP to the company’s business strategy. The Juhasz Law Firm does so using proprietary methodologies that allow companies to better see, understand, and realize the potential strategic value from their IP. Among IP services provided by The Juhasz Law Firm are the following:
- patent counseling
- patent analysis
- patent claim construction
- patent filing
- patent prosecution
- patent opinion work
- patent licensing
- patent transactions
- patent litigation
- trade secrets
- other intellectual property needs
Offering these services through the “prism of value” of methodologies like that represented by The IP Path to Value™ suite of products and services is what differentiates The Juhasz Law Firm from the other patent attorneys.
The Juhasz Law Firm brings extensive experience into every engagement including extensive global IP counseling, prosecution, large department management experience, and extensive global cross-licensing and technology deal experience involving companies like Nokia, IBM, Texas Instruments, Qualcomm, Abbott Laboratories, Johnson & Johnson, and Kyocera.
Under The Juhasz Law Firm umbrella of expertise you will also find extensive litigation experience accumulated over the years from work on a variety of litigations including the following:
- Hewlett-Packard Company v. Acer, Incorporated et al.
- International Printer Corp. v. Hewlett-Packard Company et al.
- O2 Micro International Limited v. Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. et al.
- In the Arbitration of Dow Corning Corp. v. Wright Medical Technology, Inc.
- In Re Compression Labs, Inc., Patent Litigation
- Symbol Technologies v. Lemelson
- Symbol Technologies v. Proxim
- GTE v. Nokia;
- Bell Atlantic Network Services, Inc. v. Covad
- Nokia Inc. and Nokia Mobile Phones, Inc. v. Hypercel Corporation
- Milliken Research Corp. v. International Paper Co.
- American Standard v. Pfizer