Intellectual Property

We provide practical assessments of risk and reward with respect to patent and other intangible assets that are often components in mergers, acquisitions, dispositions, public and private offerings of debt and equity securities, joint ventures, product acquisitions, licensing, co-development and co-promotion agreements. 

Our lawyers have extensive experience in intellectual property-focused transactions such as royalty revenue securitizations, revenue purchase agreements and IP-focused restructuring arising in contexts such as bankruptcy and mergers and acquisitions.

We have represented clients in the financial services, biotechnology, pharmaceutical, medical devices, semiconductor, media and broadcast, publishing, music and entertainment, retailing, foods, automotive, industrial manufacturing, insurance, Internet, and computer industries in intellectual property assessments and in complex transactions with significant intellectual property components.

We have secured significant victories in lawsuits and arbitrations where intellectual property rights were at issue, ranging from those concerning blockbuster drugs to those involving literary blockbusters. 

Attorneys Elai Katz Floyd Abrams Geoffrey E. Liebmann Susan Buckley
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Since our partnership with The Legal Aid Society of New York began in 2005, Cahill lawyers have represented more than 100 pro bono clients of the Legal Aid Society, advocating for educational services for young children who are the subjects of abuse and neglect proceedings in New York family Courts, disabled individuals in need of Social Security benefits, tenants who are denied the most basic of services, and indigent defendants in criminal appeals.