Suffolk County IP Firm Launches Latest Web Site

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The Suffolk-County based law firm, Intellectulaw, The Law Offices of P.B. Tufariello, P.C., is launching a second web site focusing on business and commercial litigation.

Our biggest concern is being as effective an advocate as we possibly can be, while at the same time being as efficient as we possibly can with our clients' funds. It's extremely important to our clients to know that their cases are being advocated and not lost in the shuffle, while at the same time their money is closely protected

The Suffolk-County based law firm, Intellectulaw, The Law Offices of P.B. Tufariello, P.C., is launching a second web site focusing on business and commercial litigation.

The new site, IntellectulawLitigation.com, is interactive, featuring several videos of Tufariello.

Tufariello, founder of Intellectulaw, said this latest web site demonstrates her firm's ongoing commitment to championing clients' needs as they manage their businesses and intellectual property portfolios.

"Our biggest concern is being as effective an advocate as we possibly can be, while at the same time being as efficient as we possibly can with our clients' funds. It's extremely important to our clients to know that their cases are being advocated and not lost in the shuffle, while at the same time their money is closely protected," Tufariello said. "Our clients work hard for their money. They work hard to build their businesses, to make ends meet, and to be successful. Thus, it is very important for them to know that their lawyers recognize this and strive to preserve it while simultaneously developing the leverage they need to get to the next level of their business development"

Intellectulaw is a Long Island-based intellectual property law and patent firm providing legal counsel and courtroom representation to individual inventors and businesses of all sizes with copyright, trademark and patent concerns. Intellectulaw serves clients not only on Long Island, New York City, and the tri-state area, but also all over the nation. It is only as a result of pressure from their clients that they have recently expanded their practice to include business and commercial litigation, a natural fit to their already established intellectual property law practice.

The litigation strategies adopted by her firm, Tufariello said, are meant to deliver the maximum results for the least amount of money. "We partner with a select group of clients with the purpose of having a significant impact on both their income and quality quality of life," she said.

The firm's lawyers have extensive experience litigating on behalf of clients, in both Federal and State Court. They represent clients seeking to prevent infringement, individuals and companies wrongfully accused as intellectual property infringers, and individuals and companies who are accused of breach of contract, failure to deliver services and goods, violation of non-compete agreements, dissolution of partnerships, and more.

Tufariello, a graduate of Hofstra University School of Law, has more than 14 years' experience in litigations in both federal and state courts, including in Courts of Appeal. She founded Intellectulaw because she is passionate about her clients and the leverage that IP law - i.e. the law of patents, trademarks, copyrights, and trade secrets - and business and commercial law provide to her clients. She believes that her firm takes a unique approach to serving her clients' interests. She is fluent in four languages (English, Greek, Italian and French) and is currently learning Spanish so that she can better accommodate her Spanish-speaking clients. She has a strong background in chemical and mechanical engineering; blue print reading, drawing development and prototype formulation. She received her Bachelors of Science degree in Chemistry from Long Island University, The Brooklyn Center, before eventually attending law school. For representative cases or for her complete biographical profile, visit Intellectulaw.com.

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