Intellectual Property

We represent actors, artists, authors, designers, engineers, film producers, models, writers and all form of creative business entrepreneurs in protecting, registering, leveraging and licensing their intellectual property. We handle trademark, trade dress, trade secret and copyright matters daily. The IP ranges from entertainment to engineered manufacturing systems, and every imaginable product and service in between.

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Ten Tips on IP Best Practices - Tip 2
April 17, 2014
Top Ten Tips on Intellectual Property Best Practices for Small Businesses

Tip #2 Conduct an IP Audit.  Before making any further investment in your business that may impact IP, you should conduct an IP Audit.

Ten Tips on IP Best Practices - Tip 3
April 17, 2014
Top Ten Tips on Intellectual Property Best Practices for Small Businesses

Tip #3. Implement Proper IP Protections.  Once your IP assets have been identified, evaluate and implement appropriate legal protections. 

Ten Tips on IP Best Practices - Tip 4
April 17, 2014
Top Ten Tips on Intellectual Property Best Practices for Small Businesses

Tip #4.  Establish Policies and Procedures.  Policies and procedures provide a roadmap to help navigate around the potholes of IP infringement and IP protection. 

Ten Tips on IP Best Practices - Tip 5
April 17, 2014
Top Ten Tips on Intellectual Property Best Practices for Small Businesses

Tip #5.  Develop Standardized Agreements.  The basic toolkit of forms for any effective IP program should consist of non-disclosure agreements (NDAs); employment agreements with restrictive covenants; IP licenses and technology transfer agreements. 

Ten Tips on IP Best Practices - Tip 6
April 17, 2014
Top Ten Tips on Intellectual Property Best Practices for Small Businesses

Tip #6.  Staff Properly.  Most small businesses do not have in-house legal counsel, and many rely on smaller law firms or general practitioners to serve as their general counsel. 

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