Trademarks & Copyrights
We speak the language of your business as fluently as we do the law.
Your brand faces constant risk from a host of damaging scenarios. Yet, there is also greater opportunity to monetize intellectual property rights and brand assets in new and creative ways. Our clients come to us to help them establish, protect and exploit their IP.Contact Us
We work to protect, defend, obtain, and monetize our clients’ intellectual property.
Soup-to-nuts intellectual property counsel.
We manage the full life cycle of client IP assets, and develop strong, defensible portfolios. We handle the most pressing IP issues facing our clients, such as prosecution, licensing, advertising compliance, unfair competition, privacy rights, trade secret protection and due diligence.
We balance aggressive and efficient litigation.
While we employ strategic counsel to minimize costly legal disputes, our attorneys are fierce litigators who understand and formulate legal strategy with the client’s business interests in mind. We conduct litigation before federal and state courts, as well as the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB).
Our legal experience spans a wide breadth of industry.
Our work spans a wide range of industries, including computer software and tech, consumer products, entertainment and media, fashion, and financial services. Our lawyers are frequently called on to provide strategic advice on how best to protect, maintain and enhance valuable intellectual property assets.
The firm’s performance was nothing less than exceptional in their representation of our business as well as the protection of our Intellectual Property. Their expertise in trademark services not only assisted us in navigating the usually rough waters of the USPTO, but has also helped us protect our IP whenever our competitors have infringed upon it.— Mike A. • Client Organization
The Benefits of Sound Trademarks
A sound trademark allows a person to protect their audible intellectual property. If you have created a song, audible tagline, soundbite, or another sound that you are using in the stream of commerce as a business owner, you should consider obtaining an official trademark to protect your intellectual property from infringement by others.Read More