Our Davenport Intellectual Property, Trademark, and Copyright attorneys our here to help with all of your business needs. Whether it is for a trademark or copyright application, we will complete it effectively and efficiently. We are dedicated to helping you keep your rights to your intellectual property so you can spend your time building your business.
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In this video, our Davenport copyright lawyers explain wow to file a copyright application.
In this article, our copyright attorneys discuss the process and benefits of copyrighting. We explain what can be registered, how to register, the length of the process while also examining how copyrights, trademarks intellectual property and patents are different from one another.
Trademarks are governed by both state and federal law. In this article, we explain the ins and outs of Davenport trademark law.
A trademark is any word, symbol, or other device used to distinguish a business’ products or services from those provided by others. Trademarks are governed by both state and federal law. The Trademark Act of 1946 (15 USC 1051, et. seq.), also known as the “Lanham Act,” is the operative federal statute.
In this video, intellectual property attorney explain the different situations in which you should consult an attorney for your business.
Having an attorney to represent you for your trademark, intellectual property or copyrighting is an important factor to protect your ideas, inventions and business practices. In this article, our Davenport intellectual property attorneys can help your business with all of its legal needs.