About The Polasek Law Firm, PLLC

Our mission is to achieve successful outcomes for our clients whether in a patent litigation case or filing a trademark application or other types of litigation, build strong relationships with clients, and provide viable economic solutions by working efficiently and focusing on the issues necessary to achieve a successful outcome.

The Polasek Law Firm (TPLF) is located in Bellaire, Texas which is part of the Houston metroplex area, however, our practice is nationwide. 

TPLF concentrates our practice in the area of Intellectual Property law and related commercial disputes, with an emphasis on litigation and licensing. 

TPLF has a particular interest in providing legal services in patent infringement, trademark infringement, trade secret litigation, and other commercial litigation to its clients on a reasonable hourly basis and contingency fee or result based fee basis. 

Our firm strives to give each client the one-on-one attention that every client deserves. 

The core practice of the firm emphasizes patent litigation and licensing for clients seeking hourly or contingent fee representation.

The Polasek Law Firm is also experienced in rendering infringement and validity opinions, licensing and technology transfer, general client counseling, and mediation.

In addition to representing its clients on an hourly fee structure, a substantial portion of our practice also includes enforcing patents on a contingent fee basis. 

Our team has years of experience in litigation intellectual property lawsuits, yet for our hourly clients, TPLF maintains reasonable hourly rates.

Our firm offers hourly rates well below the rates of big firms and offers result-oriented fee structures.

Its result-oriented fee structures can take the form of a traditional contingent fee arrangement, a blend of a contingency fee, and a further reduced hourly rate, a flat fee, and various other forms.

The common thread in a good fee arrangement is simple making it make sense for both the client and the law firm.