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Federal Circuit & IP Appeals

When litigating intellectual property issues, winning at trial often isn’t the end of the story. Appeals are common in these high-stakes cases, and so it is not enough just to win at trial – winning means winning at the court of appeals as well. At Jones Day, our long and distinguished history of advocacy in intellectual property appeals covers the waterfront of intellectual property – appeals to the Federal Circuit in patent cases, PTO actions, and ITC Section 337 investigations; appeals to the federal courts of appeals in trademark and copyright cases; and petitions for certiorari, briefs and arguments on the merits, and amicus curiae briefs before the U.S. Supreme Court.

Beyond our superior knowledge of the subject matter involved in the broad field of intellectual property, Jones Day’s lawyers bring both general appellate excellence and a particularized understanding of the unique appellate court that is the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.

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Gregory A. Castanias
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