Trademark Lawyer

1. Trademark lawyers assist you in filing a trademark and settling disputes.

Trademark attorneys assist with the filing of a trademark or work to defend or settle a dispute. They will review the facts, handle proper court procedures and filings and determine your legal standing and best options. In a dispute, they will also work to determine if settlements can be made or if going to court is best.

2. Trademark attorneys are not advocates.

A trademark attorney should be devoted to your needs as a client. He should work as your advocate, taking care of your case in a respectful manner. It is best to make sure he specializes in handling disputes. Make sure that he is experienced in your type of case versus getting general assistance for your company.

3. Improvements to products do not need trademark lawyers.

A professional can help patent an improvement to an existing product or process. Also they can assist in patenting new products, processes, business methods, software and certain designs. Failure to hire a trademark lawyer prior to use of your product could increase your exposure to liability. This is a case where spending a few thousand dollars in the beginning could save a company millions later in court costs if some law is broken even by accident.

4. Trademark attorneys help protect your corporate identity.

They can help develop and protect your corporate identity, brand identity and related intellectual property. Also they can counsel clients on the selection, availability, use, registration and maintenance of trademarks. They can assist with monitoring, licensing, infringement conflicts and negotiations, consent agreements and customs recordation.

5. It is wise to seek counsel from an expert.

Proverbs 12:15 - The way of a fool is right in his own eyes: but he that hearkeneth unto counsel is wise.

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