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IP Attorneys Help Raise Critical Funding to Support Emerging Businesses

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Verrill's IP attorneys quickly established a patent portfolio for a biotech start-up in the competitive CAR T-cell space to support funding efforts.

In addition Verrill supported a  Robotics company to develop and execute a strategy to build a significant patent portfolio, which was instrumental in securing over $50 million of funding.

Firm Highlights

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Trademark and Patent Owners Beware: Misleading Solicitations on the Rise

After successfully registering your trademark or receiving your issued patent, a notice from a private company requesting additional watch, renewal, or registration services appears in your mailbox or inbox. The offer might not only...

News

Verrill Adds to Growing Intellectual Property Practice

(September 11) – Verrill is pleased to welcome patent attorneys Lin Hymel and Beverly Hjorth to the firm’s Boston office. The newest members of Verrill’s rapidly growing Intellectual Property practice, Hymel and Hjorth round...

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Verrill's Intellectual Property Team

Recent Wins Shire City Herbals Inc. v. Blue et al., 3:15-30069 (D. Mass) Verrill Dana represents the three defendants in the long-running litigation brought by Shire City Herbals, Inc. over the alleged trademark FIRE...

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New Year, New Takes on Classics Emerge As Copyright Extension for Thousands of Works Expires

Have you dreamt up the perfect alternate ending to The Prophet or want to freely distribute your version of the cartoon Felix the Cat? Well, you are in luck. Starting January 1, 2019, thousands...

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Wait Before You Sue – Supreme Court Rules Copyright Registration Must Be Approved Before Filing Infringement Suit

If you come across your photos, videos, music, or other creative content being used without your permission, you’ll need to wait in order to sue for infringement. On Monday, March 4, 2019, the Supreme...

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Pursuing Business in China? Continue to Proceed with Caution

In the continuous “chess game” between China and the United States regarding matters of trade, President Xi Jinping has made the latest move allowing intellectual property (“IP”) rights cases to be taken to China’s...