The Law Offices of James Scott Farrin was founded in 1997 to help injured people receive compensation. Intellectual property is one of our seven practice areas, and our patent attorney Tara J. Williams knows the costs of obtaining and protecting both copyright and patent rights. Our contingency-based intellectual property law firm may be able to help with your patent application and with protecting your rights.
Legal issues involving patent and copyright matters and intellectual property litigation can be complex and elaborate. Through her years in practice, Ms. Tara J. Williams has met and worked with patent infringement and copyright infringement attorneys across the United States who may be able to assist in legal and industry-specific matters. This expertise allows her to better help clients in the pursuit of their claims.
Tara, Intellectual Property Lawyer and Head of Intellectual Property Division, brings more than 18 years of legal experience, most of which were in the field of Intellectual Property, to the
Law Offices of James Scott Farrin. She has worked as an attorney in private practice, as a corporate patent lawyer with a national chemical company, and as in-house counsel for a start-up Internet company. She has advised clients in many different technologies and on a multitude of Intellectual Property rights matters.
What are Intellectual Property Rights (IP Rights)?
In the legal field, IP typically stand for Intellectual Property, which generally includes patents, copyrights, trademarks, and trade secrets. Laws exist that define the rights that are entitled to protection and how to protect those rights. IP lawyers help inventors and artists protect patent rights, copyrights and other IP rights.
Who is IP-Contingency-Lawyer.com?
We are a contingency fee based law firm representing clients on a variety of Intellectual Property protection matters, particularly patent rights and copyrights. Our Intellectual Property Firm provides representation on patent infringement and copyright infringement cases on a contingency fee basis. In some cases we associate with other patent lawyers, patent litigators, and other intellectual property attorneys around the country to provide a broad and experienced team to represent clients.
What is a Contingency Fee IP Lawyer?
A contingency fee lawyer earns a fee based on a percentage of the client's recovery rather than on an hourly rate based on the number of hours spent on the client's case. A contingency fee IP lawyer provides representation on IP cases, typically including patent infringement and copyright infringement cases on a contingency fee basis.