Serious inventors and business owners need to consult with an experienced intellectual property lawyer to protect their rights. This can be a daunting process because intellectual property law can be very intimidating. There are many different facets of intellectual property, or IP, law that need to be evaluated. There are also international considerations which must be made before preparing and submitting certain applications. This is why relying on an experienced intellectual property lawyer in Norristown, PA, is essential to protect your investment of time, money, and hard work.
At Paul & Paul, our intellectual property attorneys have over 170 years of combined experience representing individuals and businesses throughout the United States and around the world. When it comes to protecting your invention and business, Paul & Paul has remained one of the leading Pennsylvania IP law firms. Whether you are seeking to secure new IP rights for the first time, or if you are seeking to defend your IP rights from violators, know that our professional and skilled staff will be dedicated to serving your needs from start to finish.
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Serious inventors need to protect their products with a patent. This is one of the most iconic and important parts of IP law. Patents are issued by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) and give an inventor an IP right over that specific product. That means the IP right holder can decide how, when, and who to market or sell the product.
At Paul & Paul, we offer inventors the following patent services:
Individuals or businesses seeking to apply for or protect a trademark need to call our experienced intellectual property attorneys at Paul & Paul. We can help defend and ensure that a business’s iconic trademark or trademarks are not misappropriated or infringed. Trademarks are very important IP rights that need to be protected from misuse to avoid damage to a business’s goodwill.
Part of the advantage to having certain IP rights is the ability to control what other individuals or businesses can use it. This is done through licensing and can be very lucrative for some IP right holders. However, it can also be very complicated. Most times the other individual or entity seeking to license a product will already have legal counsel. Retaining an experienced intellectual property lawyer like one of ours at Paul & Paul can ensure that your rights are well-protected when it comes to licensing your intellectual property.