Kennedy Law, LLP, is a boutique full-service commercial litigation law firm based in Dallas, Texas. Our practice areas include trademark, copyright, patent litigation, trade secrets, labor & employment, business litigation, attorney malpractice, data management and mediation services.
At Kennedy Law, we are dedicated to protecting your intellectual property. We understand that intellectual property is often a company's most valuable asset and we are committed to protecting your IP investment. Our firm routinely litigates copyright, trademark, and patent lawsuits. The lawyers at Kennedy Law have handled patent, trademark and copyright infringement suits from 1988 through today. Our lawyers have obtained successful jury verdicts for both the plaintiff and defendant in intellectual property, trade secret and employment matters. Kennedy Law attorneys also provide transactional services for trademarks and copyrights, including licensing, trademark registration, and copyright registration services.
Our firm has a dynamic team of experienced lawyers committed to providing cost-effective, efficient, and innovative solutions for your legal needs. The firm's attorneys have served as trusted intellectual property lawyers to clients from around the world, including Texas businesses and corporations and individuals throughout the United States, Puerto Rico, Western Europe and the Pacific Rim. Each attorney at the Firm is committed to providing the highest quality legal services.
For more information or to arrange a consultation with a commercial litigation or IP lawyer in our Dallas office, please feel free to contact us today.
Four of the largest cell giants in the US are selling your real-time location data to a prison technology company ironically named “Securus.” If you don’t feel so secure, join the club. The data has been used by security guards to monitor people, including judges, without a warrant, according the New York Times. One policeman …View the Blog
Managing Partner Stephen A. Kennedy’s article entitled “Ethics: Ethical Responsibilities to Prevent Data Breaches” has been published in this month’s edition of the Dallas Bar Association’s Headnotes. The article examines Rule 1.05(b) of the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct and the somewhat conflicting views of Ethics Opinions 572 & 608 and their impact your …View Recent News