Our intellectual property law practice is client centered.  We see that learning from our clients’ goals helps us deliver the service they need. They may need work on their digital media projects or they are experiencing a trade secret concern with vendors or former employees.  As we work with our clients’ intellectual property concerns, we strive to devise ways for protecting their business, ideas, and property which will set them apart from their competition.  We strive to add value for their services, product, and their brand.  We understand that their business venture, idea or product’s success, hinges on protecting their brand, website domain name, trademarks, inventions, business methods, trade secrets, as well as their photos, films, music, and performance recordings.

By counseling our clients we also engage them as they negotiate arrangements with vendors, contractors, and other competitors as the need arises. We also advise our clients as they venture to bid on contracts and how their ongoing performance responsibilities may impinge on their trade secrets, copyrights, and or trademarks. We provide our client with copyright review to determine infringements.

Our counsel and our litigation involve multiple aspects of intellectual property including working with patent agents on infringements, prosecuting or defending trademark or copyright infringement claims, as we handle Bit-Torrent lawsuits where copyrights are claimed to be infringed; in addition to trade secret misappropriation claims, with our services addressing a variety of the following issues for our clients: Trademarks, Copyrights, Trade Secrets; Domain name infringements; Copyright piracy and theft, prosecution and/or defense; Misappropriation of trade secrets; and Breach of non-disclosure agreement and non-compete agreements, to name a few of many of our service issues.


Our digital media law work encompasses innovation issues regarding production, design, production rights, fair use, consumer use, such as: musical and literary copyright and fair use; third-party film content; work for hire and content development rights; distribution and transmission issues; performance licenses & assignment of rights; and third-party content, and much more.

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Contact us today!  We look forward to learning about your intellectual property and digital media issue.  We will be dedicated to “Working to Protect Your Business, Ideas, and Property on the Web.”®