Turner Boyd has one simple goal: to successfully represent its clients in intellectual property and technology-related matters in a strategic and efficient manner.

Our attorneys have successfully litigated intellectual property cases in large law firms, both for and against Fortune 100 companies.  We founded Turner Boyd to provide our clients the experience and quality of a large firm, with the personalized service and value of a small firm.

We focus our practice on patent, trademark, and trade secret litigation, post-grant review proceedings before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, and related appeals before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.  Our knowledge and experience in these specific areas of the law enables us to be strategic in how we handle our cases, by focusing on the issues that will make a difference in each particular case.

Because of this approach, Turner Boyd has won a reputation as a competitive alternative to large law firms for patent litigation, and a range of other areas of intellectual property and technology related litigation.  Turner Boyd’s approach “seems to have worked.  Over the past five years, the firm has racked up victories in patent and intellectual property litigation against large companies and non-practicing entities alike.”  Daily Journal, 2013.

Turner Boyd’s approach also provides excellent value to our clients.  By working strategically, we avoid unnecessary work.  Instead, Turner Boyd works to meet our clients’ goals in the most efficient way.  When we started Turner Boyd we had only one ambition: to provide the highest quality patent litigation and conflict resolution work while taking a rational approach to billing and day-to-day practice.  We had a hunch that this would lead to good relations with our clients, and good outcomes. Turns out we were right: our vision and approach has been embraced by our clients and lawyers alike.

We litigate with focus, efficiency, and creativity.  There are other ways to practice law, but we believe that our approach better serves our clients, and is more satisfying to us as lawyers, too.