Founded in 1902 and one of the largest firms in Oklahoma, Crowe & Dunlevy is a general practice law firm and go-to litigation shop with more than 140 attorneys in offices in Oklahoma City and Tulsa. The firm focuses on trademark prosecution and litigation, and software licensing. Recently, the firm has dealt with a couple of cases in heavy equipment, radio remote controls, and a patent and trade secret case involving oil field equipment. One of their latest copyright infringement cases involves costume masks. Drew Palmer negotiates licensing agreements and does compliance in software development.
IP group chair David Sullivan has a background in chemical engineering, and he focuses his practice on the energy, software, and restaurant services sectors in related patent and trademark matters. Sullivan and his team recently obtained an affirmation from the Federal Circuit on a "bet-the-company" patent infringement matter involving complicated issues of claim construction.