Get New York caliber service at Arizona rates!
Venjuris is a unique law firm located in Phoenix, Arizona.
Much more versatile than a sole practitioner, much more agile than a giant law firm, Venjuris is a midsize intellectual property firm with a range of services and expertise typically only found in the biggest law firms – but without the premiums!
We pair the experience and the expertise with our ability to relate to small and medium business to help you get the maximum value based on your resources!
We have a fantastic, approachable office near downtown without incurring the expense of those 40th story glass towers.
Being in Phoenix gives us a significant advantage. Since intellectual property is based on federal law, we can provide legal services to companies across the U.S. and all over the world without having to charge the same rates that you’ll find in New York, San Francisco, and Geneva.
Knights of the Round Table
We have a broad slate of expertise. Unlike some of the big firms where many patent and other intellectual property attorneys specialize in a single niche of technology, our attorneys cover just about every technology field.
Our attorneys have litigated patent cases involving technologies from semiconductors, computer hardware and software, automobiles, artificial intelligence, and pharmaceutical drug and medical devices, to food and beverage, beauty and cosmetic, and gambling and gaming inventions.
We have likewise assisted our clients in obtaining, protecting, and asserting their copyrights, trademarks, and trade secrets in these and other industries through contract, licensing, and litigation.
We help with…
- Other Business Contracts
- International IP
- Legal Issues Involving the Internet
Partnership – Boots on the Ground
Our strategic partnership with Quintarios, Prieto, Wood, & Boyer (QPWB) means that you have local representation available across the entire country. When you need some local support, we have you covered.
What Is Different About Intellectual Property Attorneys?
Intellectual property attorneys must be intellectually versatile and nimble – able to focus one day on the technology of artificial intelligence, and the next on the mechanics of a child’s toy. From patent, to trade secrets, to copyright, to trademark, intellectual property requires the ability to distill a large amount of information into common sense strategy and advice.
In particular, patent attorneys are a rare breed. Only an attorney with at least a bachelor’s degree in a “hard science” can be a patent attorney. Our patent attorneys have degrees in biology, chemistry, chemical engineering, electrical engineering, and civil engineering. Since few attorneys have the requisite educational background to become a patent attorney, most law firms must refer their clients with IP needs to a firm with our specialization.
At Venjuris, we have attorneys who focus on patent law, attorneys with extensive experience in patent and other intellectual property litigation, attorneys practiced in obtaining trademarks and copyrights, attorneys who focus on internet law and social media issues, and attorneys who intimately know the various contracts and licenses needed to protect intellectual property. Additionally, we have litigators who focus on general litigation issues that often arise in connection with business and intellectual property disputes.
Our Sweet Spot
We are a best fit with companies that are already driving revenue – companies with cashflow that want to protect their innovations.
For independent inventors in the preliminary stages of an idea, we are happy to make referrals to partners we trust.
We rarely take cases on contingency.
We have over 150 years of combined experience, but we’re not older than dirt.
We understand the needs and concerns of entrepreneurs.
Being a combination of an attorney and a technology geek, an intellectual property (particularly patent) attorney can sometimes be “challenged” in the personal skills department. However, we can make legal arguments that are intertwined with technical jargon, which is required when practicing patent law, and still be understood.
We pride ourselves in being real people. We have an open and friendly style and excel at breaking things down, getting to the gist of issues, and communicating simply.
We won’t assault you with walls of text or put you to sleep with “legalese.”
We can even write contracts for you in plain English!