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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. 

We have long-standing relationships with our clients, where we understand their needs and work with them to achieve their goals.  Using technology to our advantage, our attorneys and staff are there to assist clients, whenever and wherever they need us.

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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Norvell IP ranked a top 1000 trademark firm in the world by World Trademark Review, with special mention of Joe Kucala and Tom Monagan.  World Trademark Review

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Recent Developments In IP:

  • July 18, 2017
    Fed. Cir. puts its INSIGNIA on TTAB ruling- “fame” is not all-or-nothing in LoC analysis. https://t.co/1Dou7ehA7j
  • July 11, 2017
    U.S. Senate introduces STRONGER Patents Act of 2017 aimed at patent reform. https://t.co/o7fjf8KJjt
  • July 4, 2017
    No legs to stand on: TTAB affirms refusal of LITTLE MERMAID as merely descriptive for dolls https://t.co/WwHv6eCpWN
  • June 27, 2017
    11th Cir. deepens circuit split on interpretation of § 411(a), registration as precondition for copyright suits https://t.co/Yqq9c4Uict
  • June 19, 2017
    “The Slants” rock on: US Sup Ct says band’s name is registrable and the disparagement clause violates the 1st Amend. https://t.co/97zBygcFGR
  • June 6, 2017
    Let them eat cake: MARIE-ANTOINETTE refused for clothing/handbags due to BREUGUET MARIE-ANTOINETTE (jewelry/watches) https://t.co/l1RmqMNPR9
  • May 31, 2017
    On this date in 1790 George Washington signed the first copyright bill into law.
  • May 30, 2017
    Cox redux muy Grande: UMG, RIAA sue ISP alleging lack of repeat infringer policy https://t.co/DXYFYgO4IT
  • May 23, 2017
    Supreme Court Limits Venue Shopping in Patent Litigation https://t.co/jY5dJGdgqI
  • May 16, 2017
    9th Circuit: use of “google” to mean “search the internet” does not inevitably mean that the GOOGLE mark is generic. https://t.co/UfPWUBI1o0