Empowering clients through their ideas
Patents Power Inventors. Inventors control use of their Inventive Ideas through a Registered Patent. If you have an invention and would like to protect or enforce your patent rights, contact us.
Trademarks Power Brands and Logos. A trademark is a business asset which grows as your business grows. It helps your business stand out and apart from your competition. Contact us to learn how we can protect, enforce or defend your business asset.
Copyrights Power artwork by allowing Artists to protect their original creations like Books, Paintings, Photos, Music, Movies and Software. Contact us to learn how Copyrights empower you.
IP intersects the Internet in many ways. We have experience assisting clients with a variety of internet areas including Cyber Attacks, Trademark, Defamation, Trade Secret, Website, Social Media, and Computer or Data Theft. Contact us to see how we can help.
Use of your Patents, Copyrights and Trademarks can be negotiated with a License Agreement which can provide Power for you to receive the full benefit of your innovative creations. If you need help negotiating or drafting a License Agreement contact us.
Imitation is not always the best form of flattery. Contact Us, if you need to speak to someone about Enforcing or Defending your IP rights. We are experienced in helping companies and individuals resolve disputes related to IP, including Patents, Copyrights and Trademarks.
Intellectual Property Center
We help protect and educate entrepreneurs, artists and business owners as they grow from their innovation and artistry.
A law firm specializing in protecting and promoting intellectual property (IP) – primarily Patents, Copyrights and Trademarks , we have the expertise and knowledge required to help you leverage your ideas in a technically complex world.
We specialize in intellectual property so you can have confidence in our work. Our focus is what we enjoy – Advancing the Power of Imagination® .
After reading through our website, please contact us to answer any questions or if you would like our assistance.
Patents Protect Inventions. We have experience in registering, protecting and defending patent rights.
Trademarks Protect Brands. We have experience in registering and protecting brands and logos.
Copyrights Protect Artwork. Our Attorneys can help protect and enforce your rights related to copyrights.
Enforcing IP rights. Our Attorneys have experience in strategic enforcement of IP rights to resolve disputes related to patents, trademarks and copyrights.
Recent IPCenter Posts
Business, innovation and proprietary information are often the cornerstones of a companies’ success. Companies invest significant time, resources, and expertise to develop and maintain their unique processes, formulas, and strategies that provide an edge over their competitors. However, just because the information is a valuable business assets does not automatically make it a trade secret and provide the foundation for a lawsuit over its unauthorized use. In the world of trade secret protection, information is either a “trade secret” (and protectable) or it is not a trade secret (and not protectable).
Despite attempts over the years to conflate the issue, there is no middle gound. Protecting Confidential Information does not make it a trade secret. To be protected as a trade secret companies must protect their valuable information as a secret.
In the dynamic realm of business, intellectual property (IP) stands as a cornerstone of innovation and competitive advantage. From groundbreaking inventions to captivating creative works, IP assets hold immense value, often serving as the lifeblood of successful enterprises. To fully realize the potential of their IP, companies often engage IP Attorneys to help Navigate IP license agreements, strategic partnerships that enable the transfer of IP rights for mutually beneficial outcomes.
In the ever-changing realm of Patent Law, drafting software patents have become an increasingly complicated area of practice. The recent decision in KOM Software Inc. v. NetApp, Inc. by the District of Delaware has reignited discussions surrounding the patentability of software under the Alice test, a two-step framework used to determine whether an invention falls within the categories of patent-eligible subject matter. The KOM Software decision highlights the importance of understanding the evolving landscape of software patents and the challenges associated with obtaining and enforcing patent protection in this area.
College athletes won class action certification last week in a lawsuit accusing the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) of failing to compensate student althetes for use of their name, image and likeness (NIL), exposing the NCAA to damages of up to 4.5 billion.
Halloween has been around for more than 2000 years and once was used to find a husband.
Currently, Halloween is used to have fun with the kids, family and dress up in strange customs and enjoy sweet treats.
Halloween is also a great time for celebrating Halloween patent inventions.
On November 1, 2023, the US Supreme Court will hear a trademark case that pits 1st Amendment Law against Trademark law and NIL rights. The case involves a challenge to a provision of the Lanham Act that prohibits the registration of trademarks of a person without their consent.
In a trademark lawsuit filed on Tuesday, Sportswear company Wooter said that Dick’s Sporting Goods use of an infinity logo is virtually identical to its infinity-symbol and thus likely to cause customer confusion baseed on the overlapping clothing markets and is seeking $8 Mill in damages.
After a long legal battle, the phrase “Taco Tuesday” is now free for anyone to use as a result of drawn out litigation from Taco Bell. This is a victory for Taco Bell, which has been trying to make the phrase “Taco Tuesday” a generic term that anyone can use.
In a landmark ruling, on September 25, 2023, a federal judge in Delaware denied summary judgment over a legal research software companies use of copyrighted material to train its artifical intelligence database. The federal court ruled that it will be up to a jury to decide whether Ross Intelligence infringed Thomson Reuters’ copyrights by copying material from its legal research platform, Westlaw. The case has been closely watched by legal experts, as it could set a precedent for how copyright law applies to artificial intelligence (AI).
During time of international conflict, some countries attack other countries use computer systems as a way to obtain valuable information from their opponent, including their secret plans, drawings and intellectual property. To help avoid intrusions and loss of data, you should make sure your passwords and computers are up to date.