Intellectual Property Protection Creates Values
We advise clients on the best methods to protect, expand and leverage valuable intellectual property (IP) rights. Our attorneys provide strategic legal advice to help our clients develop, manage and protect IP assets.
At Peterson Conners LLP, our extensive commercial experience allows us to identify IP issues that arise in the current business environment but remain hidden to even the most experienced businesses. Our membership in the International Trademark Association provides access to a global network of foreign counsel to advise our clients worldwide.
Sophisticated and Agile Representation
We pride ourselves on being up-to-date on the latest changes in technology that precede changes in the law. We have the depth and breadth of years of experience to provide advice to guide client decision making before the courts have interpreted precisely how the law is to be applied to changing or evolving technology. Clients do not pay us to become educated on the latest legal developments; we cost-effectively advise them based upon our keeping current and abreast of changes in the law.
We are most adept at providing oversight and the 30,000-foot view of the landscape before designing the specific strategy to address the problem or craft the solution. We delve into the root cause of the issue or problem before addressing how to move forward. We strive to not only solve the immediate client issue but work with the client to find a more permanent solution to preclude future issues in the same or similar vein.
To the right is a clickthrough list of the types of intellectual property matters that we have most frequently handled. If it is not on the list, it does not mean we haven’t tackled it. If it is not something that we do, we will get you to counsel who can assist.
Here are a few resources to help you get started addressing IP issues:
- A comparison chart of all types of IP
- A Federal Trademark Checklist
- A Federal Service Mark Checklist
- The Ten Commandments of Proper Trademark Usage