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Protecting Intellectual Property Rights

Compared to high-priced equipment, raw materials, buildings and personnel, intellectual property (IP) may seem to be a rather abstract asset by nature. In fact, however, IP may be the most valuable possession of an individual or a company because of its power to harness ongoing innovation, production and marketing of profitable goods and services.

Copyrights and trademarks are among the most fundamental IP types. The holder of copyrights or trademarks owns the sole legal rights to whatever they represent, such as a company’s name, a recipe, a work process or a creative product. When someone’s IP is unlawfully used by someone else, the person or company that has been wronged may bring legal action to stop the abuse and/or recover compensation. At Lawrence Bartels LLP, we help protect our clients from copyright and trademark infringement. We also defend clients who have been accused of infringement.

About Our Customized Counsel And Litigation

Our attorneys frequently litigate copyright and trademark infringement matters in federal courts and before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB). Our clients range from international food companies to local restaurants to Hollywood industry icons.

In addition to litigating IP disputes, we also register copyrights and trademarks for our clients with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) and United States Copyright Office.

Consult With An Attorney On Copyrights And Trademarks

What valuable ideas need protection for your invention or commercial enterprise? Learn about our tailor-made legal services, including filing copyrights and trademarks, bringing lawsuits and defending against infringement. We provide customized representation based on our broad knowledge and years of experience.

Call Lawrence Bartels LLP at 949-516-9906 or inquire online to schedule a conversation with one of our IP lawyers.