Intellectual property law deals with laws to protect and enforce the rights of the creators and owners of inventions, writing, music, designs, and other works, known as “intellectual property.” Several areas of intellectual property include copyright, trademarks, patents, and trade secrets. Intellectual property law encourages the creation of a wide variety of intellectual goods.
Intellectual property law gives rights to people. There are four types of intellectual property law.
A copyright gives the rights of creators in their works in fine arts, publishing, entertainment, and computer software.
Trademark law recognizes and protects a word, phrase, symbol, or design used by an entity to identify its product or service.
This law protects new inventions, which can be products, processes, or designs, and provides a mechanism for the protection of the story. The patent law promotes sharing new developments with others to foster innovation.
Trade Secrets are business practices, formulas, designs, or processes used in a business, designed specifically to provide a competitive advantage to a company.
We counsel our clients on establishing and protecting intellectual capital property.
We handle patents, copyright, trademark law, licensing, franchising, distribution, technology transfers, and trade secret projects.