Intellectual Property

The field of Intellectual Property Law extends to the traditional areas of patents, trademarks, and copyrights. Intellectual Property Law ensures that rights are registered with and granted by government agencies in their effort to advance science and the useful arts, and to protect investment in names, symbols and other representations used to identify products and services in the marketplace.

In the past few years, intellectual property theft has considerably increased. Intellectual property theft is no different than any other form of theft, as it leaves its victims in a state of economic distress, which is unfair and illegal. Intellectual property theft leads to harsh penalties for those who violate the law, just like any other form of theft. Universal Law Group, PLLC will help you file the appropriate documents with the proper state and federal agencies to gain legal rights in your works and fight to protect your patents, trademarks, and copyrights.

Our practice areas include, but are not limited to: patent searches, patent application drafting, patent opinions, patent prosecution, patent litigation, trademarks, trademark litigation, copyrights, trade secrets and licensing. We take great pride in advising and obtaining patent protection for a wide scale of inventions and technologies through our registered patent agents. If you have patent, trademark or copyright questions feel free to contact us for a free consultation.

 

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