W.O. HUFF & ASSOCIATES PLLC - Dallas Intellectual Property Lawyers

Texas Law Firm

Whether protecting ideas and inventions or navigating complex IP landscapes, we use our integrity and experience to help our clients efficiently achieve their business objectives.

Practice Areas:

Commercial and Complex Litigation
Intellectual Property Portfolio Management
Intellectual Property Licensing
Intellectual Property Litigation
Patent Acquisition and Aggregation


http://www.huffip.com/

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