Darin Klemchuk focuses on all aspects of intellectual property with emphasis on patent, trademark, copyright, and trade secret litigation. He has successfully handled more than 200 intellectual property disputes, including over 20 patent infringement cases. His practice includes assisting companies to increase their market share and protect their competitive advantage by identifying and protecting valuable branding, technological innovation, software, and other property, and by procuring patent, trademark, and copyright registrations and through employment agreements and non-compete agreements. He also advises clients on licensing, acquisitions, due diligence, and e-Commerce, including branding in cyberspace and trademark issues related to the Internet. In addition, he also assists clients in recovering domain names taken by cyber-squatters.
Darin represents Fortune 500 corporations, growing companies that benefit from broad intellectual property counseling, solo investors, and startup companies. Darin also offers to serve as Virtual General Counsel and Virtual IP Counsel for companies without in-house counsel.
Darin has significant experience litigating commercial and business disputes, including non-compete, partnership, fiduciary duty, and breach of contract disputes. He has also represented a number of clients in obtaining and resisting requests for injunctive relief in cases involving non-competes, trade secrets, trademarks, and patents.
Serving as local counsel to out-of-state parties involved in patent, trademark, copyright, IP, and commercial litigation in state and federal courts in Dallas, Texas and the Northern and Eastern District of Texas federal courts, Darin’s practice includes representing both plaintiffs and defendants.
• Super Lawyers: 2008 - 2013
• Rising Stars: 2004 - 2006, 2008
Admitted: 1997, Texas
Professional Webpage: www.kk-llp.com/attydetail.asp?atty=1
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