Coming up with a good idea can have a positive effect on an individual. However, when that idea is stolen from you or is miscredited, this can have a lasting negative impact. No idea is too small or too large to consider how best to protect it.
Intellectual property can come in many forms, but they all serve an importance to an individual, group of people or a business. As such, it is important to understand what can be done to protect your intellectual property and what you can do if you believe your intellectual property rights have been violated.
Intellectual property rights
With more than 30 years of experience in intellectual property matters, the attorneys at Codispoti & Associates, P.C. understands what it takes to protect your legal rights and ideas in the most efficient and cost-effective manner. Our law firm has extensive knowledge and expertise, helping our clients navigate a wide breadth of intellectual property matters.
Whether it is copyright or trademark registration, copyright enforcement, infringement litigation, trademark enforcement, licensing of intellectual property or litigation to prosecute or defend a violation claim for a protected intellectual property right, our law firm is available to help.
Protection and enforcement
When taking measures to protect your intellectual property, it is important to understand this process and any actions that you need to take to maintain or enforce this protection. Registering a copyright or trademark is the starting point; however, it is vital that any maintenance needed is understood.
If you believe your rights have been infringed on or violated, gaining a better understanding of the situation is imperative. This can help establish if such conduct did occur, and if so, what measures you can take to address and resolve it. In some cases, a violation could cause you to suffer damages. As such, moving forward with a lawsuit could help you obtain a settlement or judgment and its enforcement.
Intellectual property matters could get complex and confusing. Whether you seek to register a copyright or trademark or seek to take legal action to protect your registered copyright or trademark, it is important to understand your rights and legal options. A legal professional can assess your matter and help you make informed decisions to better protect your intellectual property rights.