A Top Litigation Attorney May Be the Only Antidote to Patent Confusion

Controversy around a proposed bill underlines the baffling complexities of today's intellectual property legal battlefield, but Adli Law Group, P.C. is here to help

Dec 03, 2013, 21:24 ET from Adli Law Group, P.C.

LOS ANGELES, Dec. 3, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Adli Law Group, P.C. would like to point out yet another reason why the work of an outstanding intellectual property (IP) litigation attorney is never done. You would think such major high-tech firms as IBM, Google, General Electric, Samsung, Adobe, and Facebook would be in agreement on a proposed new law – called the Innovation Act – intended to squelch so-called patent trolls, operations which exist solely to manufacture grounds to threaten lawsuits against legitimate companies for patent infringement. However, the bill has divided these major players because of concerns by some that it could open up a loophole that actual patent infringers could hide behind.

Of course, this kind of legal confusion transcends patents and extends to all IP law. As a leading firm for an outstanding patent, trademark, business, and copyright attorney, Adli Law Group is here to guide clients through the increasingly overwhelming world of U.S. and international law. Whether a London-based patent authority or a Los Angeles trademark attorney is required, no firm is better equipped to guide clients through the ever more dense legal thicket of national and International IP law.

The controversy over the Innovation Act is largely between very large companies who, on the surface, would seem to have plenty of reason to both support such a bill, as patent trolls are threats to all legitimate businesses. Yet, they also all have patents of their own to protect, so of course they are leery of anything that might weaken patents. As to why, for example, Samsung supports the bill while IBM opposes it, the reasons for the decision are anything but obvious. Assuming some version of the law eventually makes its way through both houses of the U.S. Congress, it's likely that the confusion may only become more intense.

Dr. Dariush Adli, founder and president of Adli Law Group, P.C., has a unique background that spans the entire breadth of IP law, including vast knowledge of patent litigation and a long history representing companies in the high tech field as well as in entertainment and other creative areas. He has been at the forefront of the efforts to educate entrepreneurs and businesspeople about the threat posed by patent trolls, more politely referred to as non-practicing entities.  Whether you are having issues with patent, copyright, or trademark law, Adli Law Group is the place to turn for outstanding legal support than can help businesses of all sizes cut through all the legal confusion in the most productive and cost effective manner possible.

With locations in London, Taipei, and Tokyo as well as its flagship office in the heart of Downtown Los Angeles, Adli Law Group is ready and able to provide the highest standard of legal aid for any intellectual property dispute that you might face, no matter how contradictory or confusing. To learn more, please call Adli Law Group toll-free at 1-800-817-2949, or visit them online at www.adlilaw.com

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