Gish PLLC | Intellectual Property Law Firm
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Intellectual property litigation and counseling for the world's most innovative companies.

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World-class intellectual property services on a boutique scale.

Large publicly traded companies and cutting-edge startups trust Gish PLLC to handle their most intricate IP matters. Our attorneys achieve disproportionately successful results for our clients before federal and state courts, the Patent Trial and Appeal Board, the Federal Circuit, and the International Trade Commission.

Recent News

David Lamb Joins Gish PLLC as a Partner

​Gish PLLC announced today that David Lamb has joined the firm as a Partner.  Mr. Lamb joins the firm after nearly a decade in the Intellectual Property Litigation group of Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP, where he represented high-profile clients across a variety of industries including technology, consumer goods, television, advertising, sports, and manufacturing.  With a particular focus on trademark, copyright, false advertising, unfair competition, rights of publicity, and video games, Mr. Lamb has counseled clients on disputes before federal, state, arbitral, and regulatory forums throughout the country.  Mr. Lamb has also advised on corporate mergers and acquisitions, and on issues pertaining to the Lanham Act, sports law, cybersecurity, privacy, and data handling procedures.


Gish PLLC Recovers $20 Million for Advantest Corporation

Gish PLLC has acted as counsel for Advantest Corporation, a leading semiconductor test equipment supplier, in an arbitration against AEM Holdings Ltd., Lattice Innovation, Inc. and Samer Kabbani (collectively, "AEM"). The results of that arbitration proceeding are now publicly available. AEM must pay $20 million to Advantest and immediately terminate any exclusivity provisions that previously blocked Advantest from working directly with a sub-supplier. Furthermore, Advantest did not license any of its IP to AEM as part of the arbitration resolution, and remains free to assert any claims for IP infringement against AEM in the future.