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Obtaining a patent gives you the exclusive right to manufacture, use and sell your invention for a specified period of time. Patent infringement is where another party or company uses your intellectual property, that has received a patent, without your permission. According to The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), patents can be provided for new, non-obvious and useful processes, machines, articles of manufacture and compositions of matter. Patents can also be provided for improvements to any of these.

While the patent is in effect, it is your intellectual property and yours alone. Anyone wishing to utilize your intellectual property can only do so with your permission. If your patent rights are being violated, you have the right to seek damages from the offending parties. These are complex legal matters that require the attention of a qualified Dallas-Fort Worth patent litigation attorney.


At Norred Law PLLC, we represent patent holders throughout the United States and around the world in a wide variety of disputes involving violation or patent infringement claims. As a licensed Professional Engineer with more than 15 years of experience, our founder Warren V. Norred understands the importance of protecting intellectual property. As your attorney, he is unwavering in his pursuit of a favorable outcome.

We conduct a complete investigation into every case we accept. Our substantial background with these cases allows us to accurately determine whether your intellectual property rights have been violated. If they have, we will help you take the necessary steps to protect them, including the drafting and delivery of cease and desist letters and litigation, if necessary.


If you have or think your patent has been infringed, take action to protect your patent rights. Contact our firm to discuss your patent infringement legal options and learn more about how we can help you. You can reach our attorney by phone at 817-704-3984 or via email to schedule an appointment.

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