Intellectual Property and Technology

DarrowEverett’s Intellectual Property & Technology Practice diligently serves our clients by handling an extensive array of intellectual property & technology services. We have a deep understanding of both specialized technologies and the intricate dynamics of global distribution, all while focusing on our clients’ entrepreneurial priorities.

Not only do our Intellectual Property & Technology attorneys counsel clients in addressing complex transactions and structuring new business models, but they work closely with our Business Litigation attorneys to manage complex copyright, trademark, and trade secret cases.

Our Intellectual Property & Technology attorneys provide extensive counsel and insight regarding a wide variety of issues, including but not limited to:

  • Intellectual Property Litigation
  • Technology Litigation
  • IP Technology Licensing & Transactions
  • Trade Secrets
  • Trademark Clearance, Prosecution, Registration, & Maintenance
  • Brand Management
  • Advertising & Marketing
  • Copyright Registration & Licensing
  • IP Due Diligence
  • Internet & New Media Issues
  • IT & Business Process Outsourcing

Practice Leader

Chad J. Gottlieb - Chief Growth Officer, Partner


Chad J. Gottlieb is a Partner, the Chief Growth Officer and Chair of our Corporate & Business Transactions Practice Group. He focuses primarily on M&A (buy-side and sell-side), private equity, securities law, corporate law, intellectual property (trademark branding, clearance, and prosecution), and marketing and telemarketing compliance (including with respect to federal and state consumer protection laws). Chad has also experience in internal investigations, audits and responses involving government or administrative agency inquiries, investigations or formal...

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