The laws concerning civil litigation, in Indiana, extend to intellectual property of all types and are not limited to artistic works, inventions, designs, and literary works. These laws, specifically, aim to protect individuals and business owners, who have conceptualized and developed a certain intellectual property, enabling them to exercise exclusive rights or monopoly in the form of copyrights, patents, and trademarks.
Cases pertaining to violation or infringement of this legal monopoly can be complex in nature and necessitate legal consultation with an experienced trial lawyer, who has the requisite skills to mediate or settle such civil disputes and defend the rights of the intellectual property owner. This article reviews the Indiana based trial lawyer and registered mediator, Gary P. Price, who has a broad experience in the handling matters concerning civil rights violation and commercial litigation.
Having completed his post-graduation from the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee in the year 1975, attorney Gary P. Price obtained a first professional degree in law from the Indiana University with great honor. Subsequently, he was admitted to practice at the U.S. District Court, Southern District of Indiana in the year 1978. While this served to be the starting point, the coming years were witness to attorney Gary P. Price playing a pivotal role in several jurisdictions or legal spheres of authority, including
* The U.S. Court of Appeals, Federal Circuit
* The U.S. Court of Appeals, Seventh Circuit
* The U.S. Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit
Trusted information sources reveal his key areas of specialization wherein he claims to have successfully represented both plaintiffs as well as defendants. These include trial practice pertaining to patent and copyright infringement, trademark infringement claims, trade secret misappropriation, and software licensing claims. Besides, attorney Gary P. Price is known to have played a significant role in matters concerning anti-trust, product liability, premises liability, commercial contract issues and common carrier liability.
Several honors and awards followed and he found recognition as Indiana Super Lawyer for 5 consecutive years, beginning 2004, for successful application of his work methodologies and mediation skills in general litigation cases. In the meantime, his affiliation extended to the Indianapolis Bar Association, Indiana State Bar Association, the Association of Trial Lawyers of America, and the American Board of Trial Advocates. Presently, serving as one of the directors at the well-known law firm, Lewis & Kappes, attorney Gary P. Price claims to follow a strategic approach to dispute resolution with emphasis on
* an in-depth analysis of the case specifics
* a thorough investigation of the supporting evidence and other relevant paperwork
* timely preparation for trial presentation in the governing court of law
His team of lawyers, associates, and paralegals at the Lewis & Kappes law firm claims to have secured significant judgment reversals in a broad range of matters related to patent infringements, trade secret claims, trademark cancellation proceedings, protection of proprietary information, Internet litigation, shareholder disputes, licensing disputes, class action lawsuits, business and corporate law, and claims of misappropriation.
The law firm further claims to have successfully represented national corporations, small businesses and associations, and non-profit organizations in high profile business and commercial disputes, where millions of dollars were at stake. With a wealth of experience supporting the skills and proficiency of attorney Gary P. Price, individuals as well as businesses can seek an optimal protection of their civil rights within the spectrum of governing legal authorities.