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Haug Partners Legal Resource Center

Learn how firm Haug Partners LLP uses Strategic Integration -- everything from patent and copyright litigation to commercial, antirust and trademark law -- to achieve each client’s unique business objectives.

Haug Partners LLP Firm Brochure

Haug Partners LLP understands that not every client has the same goals - get a quick look at how the firm relies on Strategic Integration to address each client's unique business objectives.

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LEADERS Magazine: Q&A with Ed Haug

Co-founder and Managing Partner Ed Haug discusses the firm's expansion into Boston and the broadening of services offered to our clients in this LEADERS interview.

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Client Testimonials

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A successful business partnership requires hard work, expertise and trust. Look inside to see how our clients think we are doing.

Recent Firm Additions

It is not only about building relationships with clients, but also the people you work with. Here you can view our most recent additions to the Haug Partners LLP Family.

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A Quick Look Into What It Is Like to Work at Haug Partners LLP

Watch this video to see our promising, young attorneys describe what working at Haug Partners LLP means to them.

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Clients Expect Results… and Haug Partners LLP Delivers

Litigation is one of the strongest practices at Haug Partners LLP. Click inside to read about our latest win in Supernus Pharmaceuticals v. Twi Pharmaceuticals, et al.

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Scrutiny for ITU Trademark Applications

A well thought out intellectual property protection strategy and associated due diligence are essential for a company prior to a product or business launch. Look inside for a detailed discussion of trademark filing strategies and minimizing potential risks.

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IPRs: Are They Constitutional?

On June 12, 2017, the United States Supreme Court granted a petition for a writ of certiorari to review whether the United States Patent and Trademark Office’s inter partes review process is constitutional. The answer to this question may have wide ramifications for patent practitioners and the rights of patent owners. Look inside for a detailed overview of the case and more information.

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Supreme Court Practice at Haug Partners LLP

In recent years, the Supreme Court has granted discretionary review in three Haug Partners LLP cases.  The issues in these cases span a wide range of topics, from the propriety of planting seeds in the ground, to the standard by which the Federal Circuit reviews a district court’s interpretation of patents, to the impact of the Federal Rules of Appellate Procedure on a court’s jurisdiction to hear an appeal. Learn more inside.

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