Intellectual Property Law: How To Best Navigate

Intellectual Property Law Jurisdiction

Intellectual property law consists of three categories: patent, trademark, and copyright law. In addition, there are other issues that are broader. For example, proprietary information, goodwill or other types of property. However, protected-property may not be subject to the Lanham Act or the USPTO‘s jurisdiction.

Intellectual Property Law
The first step to protect your property is to hire competent counsel. A professional can effectively guide you through legal matters. Their knowledge can provide you with customized and tailored advice.

This advice will ensure that your property is:

  • Identified
  • Protected
  • Future dangers of theft and misuse mitigated

Effective IP Counsel

I recommend that you should meet with your attorney at least once a month. These meetings should discuss appropriate ways to protect your intellectual property. There are so many different proactive steps you can take as a business owner. Involving your counsel early and often is the best approach. In conclusion, an ounce of prevention is worth its weight in gold.

Ismail Amin

Author Ismail Amin

Ismail’s legal experience encompasses serving Fortune 500 companies, mid-sized privately held companies, and entrepreneurs. He presently serves as Corporate and Litigation Counsel to large and mid-sized businesses throughout California, Nevada, and Texas, as well as General and Personal Counsel to high-profile hospitality operators in California and Nevada. Ismail’s practice emphasizes Business and Intellectual Property matters, with a focus on healthcare, biopharmaceuticals, biotechnology, and hospitality. Ismail has counseled the firm’s healthcare provider clients in acquiring or selling assets while maximizing return and minimizing risk. He has helped clients acquire or sell over $1 billion worth of healthcare-related assets, including hospitals.

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