For nearly 25 years, Tony has been helping clients identify and solve business and legal problems ranging from all forms of lawsuits and legal disputes to setting up, operating or ending business, detailed contract and licensing negotiations, and drafting. He has litigated hundreds of commercial disputes and has helped clients resolve and avoid even more legal disputes without litigation. He has extensive experience in patent, trademark, copyright, trade secret, and commercial litigation and regularly represents clients before the USPTO’s Trademark Trial and Appeal Board. The North Carolina State Bar recognizes Tony as a certified trademark specialist.
Given the recent dramatic expansion of government regulation, he has been heavily engaged in constitutional litigation in trial and appellate courts across the country, with recent unparalleled successes in assisting clients with such cases in North Carolina.
Clients additionally look to Tony to assist with managing their intellectual property assets. He advises on trademark selection and registration, brand and content management, trade secret issues, as well as licensing and other inter partes contracts review. Tony works with clients and legal colleagues to understand and anticipate how new technologies affect their businesses, the practice of law and legal strategies, and the progression of intellectual property laws and precedent.
Prior to starting Envisage, Tony was an office managing partner for an AMLaw 200 firm, and prior to that an executive committee partner in a North Carolina boutique patent law firm where he focused on intellectual property litigation. Before entering private practice, Tony served as a United States District Court judicial clerk to the Honorable William L. Osteen, Sr., in the Middle District of North Carolina. Tony Biller began his legal career after serving four years as an Army Airborne Ranger in the 82nd Airborne Division where he advanced to the rank of Captain.