Protecting Intellectual Property (IP) Rights and Securing Your Business
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In a world where everything is at your fingertips, the market and internet is evolving very fast. As a business owner, it is not easy to keep track of the constantly changing regulations.
You might think that you have covered all fronts and protected your brand and your intellectual property rights, but there are chances, that someone is using your idea or even copying your website as an inspiration and you are not even aware about it.
Today, on every corner of the internet you can find businesses selling the same products, services, and information. If someone is copying your business, course or program name or logo, it can severely hinder your sales and branding efforts in today’s competitive market.
But that’s not the only thing you have to worry about when you’re a small business owner. If you sell services or enter into collaborations, you have to deal with your contracts. Your contracts need to be bulletproof, so when that headache client comes along, you can just point them to Section 4(a) of the contract that they signed.
By having the proper legal protections in place, you can have peace of mind that if someone tries to cross the line, there are consequences and legal measures you can take to protect your intellectual property rights and business.
(Trademark a name, Trademark a logo, or trademark a slogan)
Don’t leave your brand, logo, or product’s name up for grabs. If you want to secure your brand and your intellectual property rights, a Federal trademark registration is the logical next step.
A federal trademark registration is the only way to legally and formally establish that you have exclusive rights to the brands and products that you create.
Trademark registrations with the USPTO are crucial for protecting your name or logo from dilution, infringement, and other common threats. If you would like more information on how to work with an IP lawyer for federal trademark registration, click “Learn More”.
Legal can be hard; your contract doesn’t have to be.
At Wilson Murphy Law, we start with a broad overview of your goals and projects, then develop the most helpful strategy. Whether that’s drawing up terms for your client contract, or drafting an operating agreement – we’ll protect your business with experienced lawyers.
Fill out the form to get started on a contract review or customizing a contract from scratch for your business.
Not sure where to start in your business? You know you need to talk to a small business or IP attorney, but you’re not even sure what to talk about.
During our 1 hour legal strategy session, we’ll go over what legal systems you need and should implement in your business so that you have confidence that you’re protected.