IP Enforcement Services
GPC - Your Partner in IP Enforcement
Is your intellectual property being infringed?
Intellectual property infringement in general and specifically, patent infringement, copyright infringement, trademark infringement and theft of trade secrets, are the crimes we are fighting on behalf of small inventors. If your IP is infringed or has been stolen from you, you've come to the right place.
Why do you need help enforcing your intellectual property rights?
If you've arrived at these pages, you probably already know why you need our help with your patent, copyright, trademark, or trade secret infringement problem: because intellectual property law is dangerously complex, and infringement litigation against a corporation with deep pockets is no simple undertaking.
How GPC can help enforce your rights
These pages will show you how GPC can help. The enforcement of your intellectual property is our only business. Patent litigation, copyright litigation, trade secret litigation, and trademark litigation is what we do on a daily basis. The infringers know that, so they take us seriously.
As Emmett Murtha, past president of Licensing Executives Society, said about us in an interview with the New York Times, having GPC as a partner is like having your big brother with you in the playground when the bully pushes you.
A history of successful enforcement
Indeed, since 1987, weve helped many individual inventors and small businesses enforce their intellectual property and earn the money they were due from infringers. Our press releases tell the story of our success.
But dont take our word for it; listen to what one of our clients has to say. GPC is the champion of the underdog, says Steven Farago, inventor of the smart connector, the technology underlying PCMCIA or PC cards. Again and again, GPC has gone head-to-head with some of the countrys biggest corporations to enforce our patents. We never thought we would get the amount of revenues they have obtained for us.
Email us about your case or to request more information. If you would like us to evaluate your IP infringement case to determine our interest in enforcing your patent, trademark, copyright or trade secret, please visit our Criteria for Proposals page and select Submission Materials for your type of IP. You can also view what we have done for others.