The Intellectual Property team at Vandeventer Black provides a wide range of services relating to patent, trademark, copyright, trade secrets and other intellectual property issues faced by all sorts of businesses, organizations and individuals. Our primary goals are to help our clients identify, protect and utilize their intellectual property assets to their fullest potential.
Our patent work includes advice and counseling in connection with patent infringement claims, patent infringement litigation and assignment and licensing of patents.
Our trademark work includes preliminary advice regarding trademark selection, trademark search and analysis, registration and maintenance of trademarks with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and with the state trademark offices, trademark infringement and unfair competition litigation and domain name protection.
Our copyright work includes registration of works with the U.S. Copyright Office, protection, assignment and licensing of all forms of copyrights, and infringement litigation.
In addition, Vandeventer Black’s Intellectual Property attorneys assist clients with many related issues involving intellectual property, such as trade secrets, false advertising, software protection and licensing and e-commerce matters. Our Intellectual Property attorneys team with Vandeventer Black’s Business, Litigation, Labor, Tax and other teams when specialized assistance from one of those other teams could help resolve an intellectual property matter.
Intellectual Property Areas
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