Patent Litigation | China

Morrison & Foerster offers clients a world-class litigation practice focusing on the protection of patents and other intellectual property.  The firm's intellectual property litigators have won high-stakes cases involving disputes over key patents and other intellectual property for clients such as Altera Corp., EchoStar, Novartis, Novell, and University of California.

Morrison & Foerster's patent litigation practice has the distinguishing ability to handle issues of any complexity, in any venue, involving any technology. Our patent attorneys regularly litigate highly complex cases involving cross-border matters, cutting-edge technologies, and multiple-party disputes. The firm's collaborative culture and integration of its patent prosecution practice with its patent litigation practice ensures litigation teams are staffed with expert litigators as well as experts with relevant technical training. This winning combination of legal and technical talent has enabled the firm to develop litigation expertise in fields such as biotechnology, chemical technology, pharmaceuticals, medical devices, electronics, software, and communications.

Morrison & Foerster is one of a small number of U.S. law firms with a significant international IP litigation practice.  The firm's offices in Asia regularly represent clients such as Fujitsu, Hitachi, and Toshiba in international patent litigation matters.  The firm's China offices concentrate on representing Chinese companies in connection with high-stakes IP litigation in the United States District Courts and the International Trade Commission.

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