Our attorneys work closely with clients to develop a comprehensive strategy for monetizing intellectual property. Whether your company wants to enter the market with a joint venture or spin off company or is simply looking to profit from selling or licensing intellectual property rights to a third party, our attorneys are equipped to counsel and support you throughout the negotiation and transfer process. The proper representation is critical for commercializing intellectual property.
We can help protect your trademarked brand by performing trademark searches and registration, proactive monitoring to detect infringing uses, and trademark enforcement.
Maximizing the recognition and goodwill associated with your business is a key component to achieving national and international success. Our trademark lawyers work to develop and maintain our clients’ brands at each and every stage of the business, including trademark searches and registration, proactive monitoring to detect infringing uses, and trademark enforcement.
Trademark law requires that you police your mark to preserve its status as a source identifier. Trademark holders need to be wary of losing their distinctiveness, such as by allowing other uses, which may dilute the mark, or by allowing the mark to become generic for a particular good or service.
After successful prosecution of your U.S. or foreign patent, our patent licensing attorneys can help you identify potential licensees and negotiate favorable patent licensing agreements.
Our patent licensing attorneys are skilled at developing valuable intellectual property for our clients. For many of our clients this means a successful license agreement that provides regular royalty payments. After successful prosecution of your U.S. or foreign patent, our firm has the experience necessary to identify potential licensees and negotiate terms that will maximize the return on your investment. For those clients looking to license technology, our attorneys are qualified to negotiate favorable patent licensing terms that protect your rights and business concerns.
Intellectual property contracts require a more detailed approach. Our IP attorneys are well-versed in contract law and can provide unique insight into the intellectual property considerations that accompany these deals.
While there are many attorneys qualified to handle contracts, not all will understand the nuances that accompany contracts for intellectual property. These contracts require a detailed approach that considers the parties’ complete intellectual property portfolios, as well as the specific issues presented by licensing or transferring a contract. Our team of IP lawyers is well-versed in contract law and provides unique insight into the intellectual property considerations that accompany these deals – insight that results from years of experience in handling intellectual property matters.
Our expert IP attorneys can help you grow your brand and maximize profits through the licensing and sale of soft intellectual property rights, including trademarks.
Licensing and the sale of soft intellectual property rights, such as trademarks, can be just as valuable as patent licensing or the sale of patents; however, it includes its own set of risks and considerations. For example, trademark licensing requires detailed agreements covering issues such as quality control and permitted scope of use, along with monetary compensation. Our team of trademark licensing attorneys is well-versed in these issues and is ready to help you grow your brand and maximize your impact through soft IP licensing.
Upon acquiring a U.S. or foreign patent, our patent attorneys can help you identify and negotiate with potential buyers, and maximize the sale price of your patented invention or product.
Our patent attorneys understand that for many of our clients the end goal is to sell your patent rather than practice your idea. After acquiring a U.S. or foreign patent, our firm can help you identify and negotiate with potential buyers. Working with experienced patent sales attorneys can be critical to maximizing the sale price of your invention.