- Baton Rouge
Bob Tucker is a partner in the Litigation Practice Group. He advises clients on intellectual property issues, including patent, trademark, trade secret, and copyright law, as well as technology management and other business and technical matters.
For more than 35 years, Bob has engaged in all aspects of intellectual property law practice, including the following: preparation and prosecution of patent applications covering a wide variety of inventions; patent infringement and validity studies; trademark availability searches; the preparation and filing of trademark applications; trademark infringement studies, negotiating, drafting, and providing consultation regarding intellectual property licenses and assignments; due diligence relating to the acquisition and licensing of intellectual property; and litigation of infringement lawsuits involving patents, trade secrets, unfair competition, trademarks, and other technical issues.
Bob also advises engineering and construction firms on various transactional and litigation issues.
Prior to his career as an attorney, Bob practiced as a registered professional engineer, managing engineering and construction firms.
Bob has been a frequent lecturer at the Paul M. Hebert Law Center of Louisiana State University and at numerous business and educational seminars on intellectual property, technology management, and other technical subjects.
Bob has been active in Baton Rouge civic and charitable organizations. Among many other commitments, he served as a member of the original steering committee for the preparation of Baton Rouge's 20-year plan, the Horizon Plan, and served as chairman of the Horizon Plan Implementation Committee. He served on several Baton Rouge Bar Association committees, and as chairman of the Baton Rouge Bar Association Lawyer Referral Service. He served as a board member and board chair for the American Red Cross and Boys and Girls Club.