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Ian C. Barras Named as Adjunct Professor at Tulane University School of Law

IPC is proud to announce that Ian C. Barras has been named an Adjunct Professor at Tulane University School of Law, where Ian is an instructor in Tulane’s Patent Lab. His new role at Tulane involves supervision of law students as they obtain practical, real-world experience representing clients in patent matters on a pro bono basis before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Since August of 2017, Tulane Law School has been certified by the USPTO to provide pro bono patent and trademark legal services to micro entities.


    We are excited to announce that Adriano Pacifici has joined IPC!

    Adriano brings over 5 years of extensive trademark and copyright experience, including brand protection and development, licensing, and general business counseling.

    Prior to joining IP Law Consulting, Adriano ran his own law firm and was previously a partner at M Breaux IP Law where he also focused his practice on intellectual property. We are very pleased to have Adriano as a member of our team. We are committed to providing the highest intellectual property consulting to our vast client base of innovative, entrepreneurial companies.

      New Updates to Zorro Settlement

      IPC recently obtained a favorable settlement for its client, Robert W. Cabell, on his claim that the copyrights for his musical entitled “Z-The Musical of Zorro” were being infringed by a musical licensed by Defendant, Zorro Productions, Inc entitled “Zorro, the Musical.” Although Zorro Productions purports to be the longtime holder of intellectual property rights relating to Zorro,  Mr. Cabell filed suit in the Northern District of California alleging that his musical was based on unprotected public domain material, and furthermore, his musical contained original content developed by him that was copied by Zorro Productions.  After summary judgment motions were filed by both parties, Judge Davila in the Northern District not only granted Mr. Cabell’s motion declaring that his musical did not infringe any rights held by Zorro Production, but also denied Zorro Productions’ summary judgment motion on Mr. Cabell’s copyright infringement claims finding that a reasonable juror could find that the two works are substantially similar, which laid the foundation for an advantageous settlement.

      IPC handles copyright infringement matters all over the country.  If a third party is claiming that your work infringes their rights, you may have valid defenses and potentially counterclaims against them.  Please contact IPC for a consultation.


        We are excited to announce that Ian C. Barras has joined our team!

        We are pleased to announce that Ian Barras has joined our firm! Ian brings more than 12 years of experience counseling clients on patent and trademark prosecution, licensing and litigation matters. Ian is a Registered Patent Attorney with the USPTO and holds both bachelor and masters degrees from Tulane in electrical engineering. Ian joins IPC after practicing at New Orleans-based Carver Darden. We are very pleased to have Ian as a member of our team. We are committed to continued growth with top intellectual property attorneys and Ian’s experience will be beneficial to our client base of innovative, entrepreneurial companies. Xenical orlistat buy online usa


          Big developments in St. Roch Market case

          Big things happening in St. Roch Market case! As you may know, IPC was retained as the trademark counsel for the city of New Orleans and we have been working closely with lead co-counsel, Kerry Murphy. We are excited to announce that this week a federal judge issued a preliminary injunction in favor of the city! Learn more about the case Buy zoloft online uk


            Attorney Fees Awarded Regarding Alliance of Good Government Trademark Case

            We are excited to announce that due to the work of IPC and Rick Sahuc, the Alliance for Good Government has been awarded over $68,000 in attorney fees for a big win regarding a trademark dispute with the Coalition for Better Government. Alliance for Good Government


              IPC client, Tropical Isle, Awarded Full Recovery of Attorney Fee

              On Friday, IPC's client Tropical Isle was awarded a full recovery of attorney fees in connection with its defense of a trademark infringement lawsuit brought by a beer company.  Earlier, IPC obtained a summary judgment for Tropical Isle, dismissing all claims.  The court has now ordered the defendant to reimburse Tropical Isle for all of its legal fees and costs.  Experts estimate that a trademark infringement lawsuit will cost between $120,000 and $750,000 – whether you are the plaintiff or defendant.  We understand the cost of litigation is significant and is often a big barrier for intellectual property right owners to protect their rights. At IPC, we can help clear that hurdle by obtaining awards like these.  The case is being handled by IPC’s Rick Sahuc and Greg Latham.  Contact us if you have questions about obtaining attorney fees in your intellectual property litigation.


                IPC Retained as Trademark Counsel for The Julia at St. Charles

                IPC retained as trademark counsel for The Julia at St. Charles, a large mixed-use development project happening in downtown New Orleans.  In addition to being retained as trademark counsel, IPC has filed trademark applications in connection with the development.  The work is being handled by Greg Latham and Kent Barnett.


                  Greg Latham Nominated & Accepted into Lawyers of Distinction

                  IPC is proud to announce that Greg Latham has been nominated and accepted into the distinguished Lawyers of Distinction organization. Only the top 10% of attorneys in a state are admitted into this community of distinguished attorneys. Lawyers of Distinction Lawyers of Distinction is a private group and members are selected based upon a review and vetting process from their Selection Committee. Learn more about Lawyers of Distinction here:  https://www.lawyersofdistinction.com/  


                    IPC retained by City of New Orleans in St. Roch Market trademark dispute

                    IPC is excited to announce that we have been retained and are serving as trademark counsel for the City of New Orleans. We are also assisting the City Attorney with the lawsuit’s trademark issues are counsel of record at the US Patent and Trademark Office regarding a St. Roch Market trademark dispute. Learn more here.