Intellectual Property

Your brand is your gateway to the world, and intellectual property law is the primary vehicle for protecting your brand. Patents, copyrights, trademarks, and trade secrets can coexist because they protect different aspects of intellectual property. We provide a wide range of legal solutions to protect and leverage the use of your brand. We can assist you in protecting your brand and ideas by preparing and filing the necessary applications for trademark and copyright protection. We also help you understand what trade secrets are and draft the necessary agreements for trade secret protection.

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Patents

Acquiring a patent will benefit you by helping to exclude potential competitors from stealing your product for a duration of time. If you are an entrepreneur, inventor, or even a business of any size, we want to help you get legal protection in the form of a patent. This can usually be done for any designed or manufactured item, such as a machine, a technical device, a chemical or beauty formula, or even a specific business process.


Copyrights

We have helped many individuals and businesses through the legal nuances of acquiring a copyright, or the protection of original works of authorship. Works that can be protected with a copyright include the following:

  • Literary Works
  • Musical Works and Sound Recordings
  • Pantomimes and Choreographic Works
  • Pictorial, Graphic, and Sculptural Works
  • Motion Pictures
  • Architectural Works
  • Computer or Mobile Software

Trademarks

We can help you to register your trademark (such as a word, phrase, logo, symbol, color, or sound that identifies your product or service) with the United States Trademark Office. Registering will give you further rights and privileges that can make it easier to prove the validity of your brand, which ultimately offers a greater layer of protection against imitators.


Trade Secrets

As defined by the Uniform Trade Secrets Act (UTSA), a trade secret is any confidential business information which then provides that business a competitive edge. The unauthorized use of such information by people other than the holder is regarded as an unfair practice and a violation of the trade secret. We can help you to determine if trade secret protection is right for you and your business.