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Intellectual Property, also called IP, encompasses a varied body of law. IP law helps secure and enforce legal rights to designs, inventions, and a diversity of artistic work and content. As true with personal property or real estate ownership, Intellectual Property law is designed to protect exclusive rights and to control various tangible assets. The sole purpose of IP protections is to encourage artists and other creative individuals to innovate and develop their creative work. IP is thus an incentive – an empowerment – helping to ensure that society will continue to benefit from artistic expression and innovation, by ensuring that artists and inventors profit from their work, without fear of misappropriation or copyright violations.
According to the Article 1, Section 8 of the U.S. Constitution, Congress can express authority to grant inventors and authors exclusive rights to their personal creations. It also gives Congress the power to regulate interstate and foreign commerce, providing additional support for the right to legislate in the same area. Presently, Intellectual Property laws passed by the Congress are administered by two separate government agencies, the U.S Copyright Office and the U.S Patent and Trademark office. Any IP related litigation, requires a U.S.-based IP attorney. We specialize in protecting and licensing of all intellectual properties such as trademarks, copyrights, trade secrets, patents etc. As a reliable intellectual property law firm, we can also help you with strategic registration and enforcement of your intellectual property portfolio.
Editor’s Q: What is meant by “the same area.”? It may make sense, I just didn’t understand. Does it mean within IP law? Okay then.
IP is one of a business owner’s most important assets. Since IP lawyers truly understand the value of such personal tangible properties, it becomes mandatory to engage intellectual property lawyers for litigation matters.
If you are looking for an intellectual property litigation attorney, you can always depend on us. We are specialists in handling intellectual property litigation matters with respect to patents, trademarks, and copyrights.
We firmly believe that clients should understand that difference between patents, copyrights, and trademarks before entering into litigation or trying to settle a dispute. While patents protect inventions of all tangible things, copyrights protect different forms of artistic and written expression. Similarly, trademarks protect a symbol or name that identified the source of services or goods.