To protect ownership of intellectual property, including trademarks, working with an experienced lawyer is a good first step. Whether you are registering a new mark or maintaining a current one, an attorney is crucial.
We can help you complete and file your trademark application, making certain that you comply with federal guidelines. We can also represent you in alternative dispute resolution (ADR) or litigation if another party attempts to infringe on your registered trademark or other intellectual property. In especially complex intellectual property situations, our attorneys work with trusted co-counsel; this ensures that our clients receive the high-quality representation they need, and have access to the information and options that they deserve.
New And Existing Businesses Need Intellectual Property Protection
To ensure your business moves forward smoothly, you need to protect your idea from competitors, employees and other parties that may try to interfere with your business’s success. Intellectual property must be protected throughout, including an idea’s development, marketing and business operations. Our firm can help you protect proprietary information, including product formulas, design and engineering. Intellectual property can also include items such as client lists and marketing information. These must also be protected from competitors and any business you may try to merge with or sell to.
You or your business can come to us for assistance with the registration and protection of trademarks and service-marks, patents, copyrights and licensing. We can also represent you throughout the life of your intellectual property needs, including enforcing your rights if the intellectual property is threatened.
You can protect your brand by registering a trademark or service-mark. Our attorneys can provide representation for matters such as:
- Due diligence
- Clearance searches
- Licensing and transfer agreements
- Assignment and ownership matters
- Enforcement and litigation
Intellectual property law evolves quickly. To protect the intellectual property of your business, you will need an attorney with experience in intellectual property law and litigation. We stay up-to-date with changing laws, and have the negotiation and courtroom skill your business needs.
Contact Us For IP Protection Or Infringement Matters
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