Chicago

The Haynes and Boone Chicago office represents clients in sophisticated patent litigation proceedings in federal court and PTAB venues and provides intellectual property (IP) guidance to clients nationwide in several industries.

Considered the economic and cultural capital of the Midwest, Chicago is home to a number of Fortune 1000 companies, a sizable tech sector, and a large financial market. Our Chicago practice is an important part of the firm’s strategic plan for growth and is built around top-notch IP trial lawyers who work well together and put the clients first.

The office was established in 2015, and we recently bolstered the already formidable IP practice by adding two additional seasoned litigators with decades of experience handling high-profile IP disputes. Our lawyers are widely recognized for their IP work by organizations such as Chambers USA, Chambers and Partners (2004-2018), Illinois Super Lawyers, Thomson Reuters (2005-2017), The Best Lawyers in America, Woodward/White, Inc. (2009-2019), and Intellectual Asset Management magazine’s “IAM Patent 1000,” Globe Business Media Group (2013-2019).

The Chicago litigation team has successfully represented clients in both jury and bench trials and appeals to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, as well as challenged and defended patents in post-grant review proceedings before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board. The team also has extensive experience in federal courts across the country and the International Trade Commission and arbitration panels, both domestic and international.

Our Chicago attorneys also counsel clients on patent strategy, as well as building patent portfolios through tactical acquisitions, helping clients meet their long-term business goals and protect their intellectual property rights.

Haynes and Boone’s Chicago attorneys have represented clients in matters involving a range of technologies including: 

  • Software
  • Automotive and vehicle automation
  • Semiconductor manufacturing
  • Medical device
  • Pharmaceutical
  • Cellular and smartphones
  • Wireless communications
  • Communication networks
  • Internet-related technologies
  • Graphical user interfaces
  • Power supplies

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