Intellectual Property Law


A trademark serves as a vital means of protecting the name or logo associated with your business. For instance, if your business is named XYZ Corp., registering a trademark ensures that no other entity can establish a business with the same name in your particular industry. Trademarks not only safeguard the name of your business but also extend to its visual representation and presentation. This encompasses various elements, such as a distinctive font, style, color scheme, or even the unique logo that represents your business.


Patents primarily serve to safeguard scientific or technological innovations. To obtain patent protection, it is crucial to engage a specialized lawyer who can file the patent on your behalf. These lawyers, known for "prosecuting a patent," are required not only to pass the bar exam but also to pass the patent bar exam. Consequently, prior to attending law school, patent attorneys must possess a scientific background. If you seek protection for scientific or technological advancements, pursuing a patent is advisable.


Copyright primarily serves to safeguard creative works, such as the written word. When you author a book, you automatically acquire copyright protection for that literary work. However, copyright law also plays a significant role in safeguarding computer code, making it particularly crucial for startups and technology companies. For tech-related businesses, especially those involved in software development, protecting proprietary computer code through intellectual property safeguards is essential. By doing so, you can secure exclusive rights to your code and prevent unauthorized use or replication.