Everyone loves a new bicycle, and this especially applies to the people at Kolisch Hartwell. Attorneys at our firm include bike racers, triathletes, bike commuters, bike tourists and bicycle enthusiasts of all kinds, and as a result, we have made it a priority to become specialists in protecting intellectual property in the bicycle industry. Our bicycle-friendly office is based in Portland, Oregon, which is well known for its bike culture, and there’s a good chance someone in our office is already riding with your company’s products.
From boutique frame builders such as Faraday Bicycles, Strawberry Cyclesport and Nobilette Cycles, to larger industry players such as Praxis Works, Yakima and Diamondback, we have decades of experience working with a wide variety of clients in the bicycle industry. For many years, our attorneys have made an annual pilgrimage to Interbike, where we meet with our clients, evaluate the activities of their competitors, and learn about the latest innovations across the bicycle industry.
Our detailed knowledge of the state of the art in areas such as suspension systems, shifting systems, wheels, bicycle racks, and even cassettes and chain rings can help save time and money as we work to protect your company’s innovations in this industry.
Our size and location allow us to provide world class services at rates much lower than those typically offered by larger firms based in more expensive cities. Learn more about our services or contact us to find out how we can help with your company’s IP needs.