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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:

  • October 17, 2017
    Fair warning: Despite Consent Agreement, TTAB Affirms Section 2(d) Refusal of NORDIC (Stylized) For Live Plants https://t.co/Xip1g9DsWW
  • October 10, 2017
    Expert deviates from Eveready and Squirt formats, so ND. Ill court orders new trial in trademark and trade dress infringement case.
  • September 20, 2017
    9th Circuit confirms that plaintiffs do not have to specifically plead reverse confusion. Marketquest v. Bic Corp. https://t.co/pJSZj9dRfy
  • September 14, 2017
    Strict compliance with USPTO Examiner’s information requests is required. https://t.co/n5tOCYSluS
  • September 12, 2017
    Attempt to trademark yellow box color goes soggy: TTAB affirms refusal to register yellow color for Cheerios cereal https://t.co/o9MhPFjcHl
  • September 5, 2017
    Federal Judge finds Costco Owes Tiffany More Than $19 Million in Trademark Infringement Case https://t.co/nyN3KDzbDV
  • September 5, 2017
    New Balance Handed $1.5 Million Landmark Win in Chinese Trademark Infringement Battle https://t.co/NAv5fGnkpU
  • September 1, 2017
    Trademark for wind turbine design is no breeze - USPTO TTAB affirms functionality refusal in precedential decision https://t.co/VIhu8KY4Uh
  • August 31, 2017
    Fed. Circ. vacates its precedential NantKwest decision, sua sponte, which allowed the USPTO to recoup attorneys fees in appeals to US courts
  • August 25, 2017
    Fed. Cir. vacated TTAB’s decision on EARNHARDT name and remanded for further analysis of surname refusal. https://t.co/BK0mXZQd15