University of Wisconsin Law School,
J.D., Dean's List, 2012
University of Wisconsin-Madison ,
B.S., Electrical Engineering
US Patent and Trademark Office
Texas USDC, Eastern District
Listed in "Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch" for Intellectual Property Law in Chicago, Illinois, 2022-2024 (by BL Rankings)
Included in Super Lawyers Rising Stars List (by Thomson Reuters), 2018-2022
Thompson Coburn LLP
Clients look to Sartouk for counsel on how to advance their business goals through strategic and creative approaches to the protection and enforcement of their intellectual property.
He uses the same tactical approach when defending clients against allegations of IP infringement.
After receiving his degree in electrical engineering, Sartouk worked for a tech startup company, which gave him valuable insight into the needs and challenges of growing businesses. He uses this knowledge to help clients make strategic decisions about how intellectual property can impact their businesses.
Sartouk represents clients, big and small, in a number of industry sectors, and his practice covers the spectrum of IP law, including: litigation of patents, trademarks, copyrights, and trade secrets; advising clients on protecting and enforcing their brands; patent, trademark, and copyright prosecution, with a specialization in design patents; conducting IP due diligence for companies involved in M&A; and general counsel to clients regarding their business and IP.
Sartouk understands that the value of IP is not in the IP itself, but in how the IP can affect the objectives of the business. A tenacious advocate for his clients, his broad base of IP experience, in tandem with his prior work experience, allows Sartouk to counsel clients on their IP needs in view of the business's means, resources, and strategic goals.
Quoted, "High Court's Warhol Ruling Poses New Concerns For Artists",
Law360, May 18, 2023
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