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Serving clients across the spectrum from entrepreneurs to multinational enterprises with world famous brands, Norvell IP is a law firm unique in its approach and depth of expertise.  Our expertise in trademark, copyright and related complex intellectual property matters is unparalleled.  Our firm’s philosophy is to provide superior service with tangible results. 

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Norvell IP specializes in all aspects of intellectual property law, from clearance and registration to enforcement of those rights through litigation in the United States federal courts. Norvell IP also counsels its clients on a wide range of other legal issues. Our pragmatic advice and breadth of experience continue to exceed our clients' expectations.





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Recent Developments In IP:

  • December 12, 2017
    U.S. Gov’t deems IPR process constitutional in recent brief filed on behalf of the U.S. #SCOTUS #interpartesreview https://t.co/CYXZaXQd9T
  • December 5, 2017
    Court sides with John Deere (in 107 pages) in barring farm-equipment rival’s use of green, yellow color scheme https://t.co/I86saNP1GM
  • November 28, 2017
    TTAB reminds applicants that continuous use (no gaps in 5-year period) is required for acquired distinctiveness. https://t.co/pjCpSkdvuO
  • November 21, 2017
    TTAB finds double entendre argument strange, refusing BAZAAR HOME as merely descriptive for retail store services https://t.co/GOvg23AHaB
  • November 14, 2017
    It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s not a TM reg.: Board refuses SUPER WOMAN OF REAL ESTATE based on dilution alone https://t.co/MBYPmJlt3J
  • November 7, 2017
    Green & yellow agricultural equipment? Must be a John Deere, district court says, protecting the iconic color scheme https://t.co/fQe1jnSjtI
  • October 31, 2017
    TTAB rejects consent agreement, maintaining 2(d) refusal for NORDIC: https://t.co/TMJZnHLM7t
  • October 26, 2017
    Public performance right in pre-1972 sound recordings in FL? No matter how they toss the dice, it just can’t be. https://t.co/9FQmVjqQb5
  • October 24, 2017
    Fantasy sports fall under “newsworthy” exception, halting football players’ right of publicity class action https://t.co/iRO02WQIH7
  • October 17, 2017
    Fair warning: Despite Consent Agreement, TTAB Affirms Section 2(d) Refusal of NORDIC (Stylized) For Live Plants https://t.co/Xip1g9DsWW