Harvey & Company, an intellectual property law firm, provides litigation, mediation and legal counseling services to clients in a range of businesses, including manufacturing, entertainment, publishing, alcoholic beverages, clinical research, real property development and management, healthcare, tourism, food, and consumer products and services. The firm focuses on clearing, registering, and enforcing intellectual property rights, assisting with transactional and licensing needs, and resolving the variety of conflicts and disputes that arise in the course of business.
The firm’s practice, led by founder Peter Harvey, includes trial and appellate advocacy, mediation, client counseling, transactional and licensing services, and intellectual property clearance, transfer, prosecution, and enforcement. The firm and its lawyers hold active memberships, committee and program chair assignments, and adjunct faculty appointments in the International Trademark Association, American Bar Association, and the University of San Francisco School of Law.
The firm’s overall objective is to seek legal solutions to intellectual property law matters which are sensitive to our clients’ business objectives and designed to add value to their enterprises.
Harvey & Company offers clients the advantages of dealing with lawyers and professional staff who are highly experienced in counseling and litigation in intellectual property matters. At the same time, clients enjoy the personal attention and focused quality of a smaller boutique practice. The firm’s professionals are trained to provide the highest standard of service while making judicious use of legal resources.
The object is to practice law in a way that offers clients practical solutions and adds significant value to their businesses. We achieve this through careful selection and hands-on training of our young lawyers, thoughtful, business-goal driven strategic planning in partnership with our clients, and cost-effective, well-considered use of firm and client resources.
Intellectual Property Law
Intellectual property includes an individual’s or business’s intangible assets, such as trademarks, trade dress, rights of publicity and privacy, copyrights, trade secrets and patents. Such assets are protectable under a variety of federal and state laws covering distinctive, source-identifying symbols and marks, copyrightable works, original ideas, discoveries, and inventions.