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Iowa trademark attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains trademark law.
A trademark is a word, symbol or trade dress that is used to distinguish your business from other products. Our Iowa trademark attorneys create a distinction between what can be qualified as a trademark and different types of trademarks you can register. There are also benefits of registering your trademark in order to protect your brand, which our attorneys discuss in more detail to ensure that your brand and your trademark are covered.
Iowa intellectual property attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains how to select the right attorney for your copyright.
In this article, our Iowa trademark attorneys explain copyright law. Copyrights protect original works of authorship, whether published or unpublished. We explain the specifics of copywriting, including
Our attorneys inform you how you can prevent your business' name, logo, or slogan from use by other businesses with copyrighting.
Iowa copyright lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty explains common situations in which to contact your business lawyer.
In this article, our Iowa copyright attorneys explain a few common situations in which you should consult your attorney on your business matters. Your attorney exists as an entity with more knowledge in the legal field to advise you when needed. These instances can include protecting your brand through copyright registration, protecting your writing or software through copyright, incorporation, contract negotiation and review, and employee and independent contractor issues. Learn what your business attorneys are there for and how they can help you keep your business in the best possible shape legally.