O'CONNELL LAW OFFICE
Trusted Intellectual Property Guidance and Assistance
is an intellectual property law firm dedicated to assisting clients in obtaining and enforcing
patent, trademark, copyright and other intellectual property rights in the United States
We continue to provide trusted advice and services to clients who have relied on us for
more than two decades.
We work with individual and corporate clients throughout the United States and beyond in
formulating and implementing sound and cost effective intellectual property strategies and
in establishing, maintaining, and defending intellectual property portfolios.
intellectual property services to their clients.
assistance to many clients from other states and countries who have never actually been
to our physical offices.
consultation, whether by telephone, in person, or electronically.
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United States Federal Law, such as patents, federal trademarks & copyrights. Thomas P. O'Connell, Esq. is licensed to practice in the United States Patent & Trademark
Office, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, the U.S. Federal District Court for Massachusetts, and the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. This material may be
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Events & Recent Developments
Willful Patent Infringement: Prevailed at trial and defended on
appeal award of $2.4 million for willful patent infringement with treble
damages, attorneys' fees, and personal liability of corporate director.
Gentile v. Sun Products, Inc. et al.
Trademark Keyword Advertising: Successfully defended against
claims of trademark infringement for trademarked keyword
1-800-Flowers.com, Inc. v. Flowers, LLC et al.
DEVELOPMENTS IN INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY: