IP Litigation

Kramon & Graham represents owners of intellectual property in copyright, licensing, trade-secret, and trademark disputes. We work with clients to protect their interest in the economic value of their intellectual property through enforcement of common-law, statutory, and contractual rights.

We represent the owners of original and copyrighted works in disputes with unauthorized users and with licensees concerning the scope of the parties' agreement. We regularly litigate, for instance, the rights of software owners in their copyrighted and licensed products.

Our attorneys handle trademark and trade-dress litigation, both prosecuting and defending federal and state infringement and dilution actions and claims for injunctive relief. For example, we have represented an automobile manufacturer in various matters against unauthorized users of the manufacturer's mark on clothing and other apparel.

We routinely serve as lead or local counsel in patent cases pending in Maryland. We have represented patent holders in industries ranging from medical devices, medical products, and pharmaceuticals to food science, tools, and office furniture, including in appeals to the Federal Circuit and in multi-district litigation.

Representative Matters

$28.9 Million Jury Verdict for Patent Infringement
Arguing in the U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland, principals Jim Ulwick and Jean Lewis served as local counsel and presented the damages case in Paice LLC v Hyundai Motor Co. Working with patent specialists Fish & Richardson, Kramon & Graham presented a compelling claim that Defendants Hyundai and Kia should pay between $200 and $250 per car for their infringement of the Plaintiffs’ patents. After a full day of deliberations, the jury returned a $28,915,600 verdict against the automakers, which equated to $200 per car.

IP Litigation



IP Litigation



IP Litigation