We specialize in helping our clients understand and maximize their options concerning the property they own and putting plans in place to protect and preserve what they own for their benefit and for the benefit of those they love.
Intellectual Property are the creative works of our minds and
hands that we cannot touch or feel but own because we created
them or directed someone to create them for us. Our intellectual
assets are near and dear to us and our businesses because,
oftentimes, these creations are born out of our hearts and souls
and are looking for some form of expression.
Maybe a book. Maybe a song. Maybe a script for a stage play,
television show, or the "big screen." Or is it a name, logo, or
design that you wish to use in branding your business? Whatever creative assets you own, we are here to help you protect them and
the many rights included with ownership. After all, your
Intellectual Property is a significant part of your legacy, too!
A trademark is a symbol, word, phrase, or design that identifies and distinguishes the source of a product or service from others. It can be a name, like the name of your business, or a logo or slogan that you use to represent your business as well as the products and/or services your business offers. Trademarks and service marks help you build and protect your brand. Registering your marks with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) provides you with legal rights and federal protection for how you use the marks you have chosen to identify and represent your business and your brand.
A copyright is a legal right that gives the creator of an original work exclusive rights to use, reproduce, and distribute that work. Copyright applies to various forms of creative works, like books, blogs, music, recordings, photographs, paintings, illustrations, scripts, and more. Copyright protection is automatically created the moment the original is created, but registering your work with the United States Copyright Office (USCO) legally establishes your proof of ownership and your right to bring legal action in the event of infringement.