In today’s economy, technology is changing at the speed of light. As new technological challenges arise, problems must be solved, solutions must be developed, and a business’ new innovations must be reduced to practice so that the business remains successful. To fully capitalize on that success, businesses need to protect their intellectual property.
There are five major aspects of intellectual property (IP) law:
- Trademarks and service marks.
- Trade secrets.
- Trade dress and trade names.
Lanier Ford attorneys help clients acquire intellectual property and subsequently protect that property. But we also understand that it’s not enough for us to know our business; we must also know yours. Knowing your business enables us to anticipate legal issues, not just respond to them. Assuring your future through the procurement of patents and other intellectual property rights requires us to know more than where your company wants to be. It requires us to know where your company has been, where it is, and where it can be.