Our innovative research team offers in-depth and extensive reports for Intellectual Property design cases for both clients and others.
We own one of the largest private collections of jewelry books, some dating to the late 19th century, and conduct searches on both new designs and designs that are alleged to infringe. This research has been an important component of our representation of companies of all sizes in cases involving jewelry ideas and ownership, and we have successfully defended against Cartier and other well-known companies in cases involving design issues.
Our library also has an extensive collection of design reference books on apparel, textile and other home goods categories. Additionally our team uses the world-class art and design libraries in New York City for our research, and we have successfully protected and defended numerous textile and other designs for our clients.