Intellectual property (IP) refers to property that is the product of creative thought. Such property may involve literary works, artistic creations or musical compositions. Inventions are the inventor’s intellectual property, as are patents, trademarks and designs used in business. Intellectual property is often abstract and may be protected by copyright, trademark, trade secret, or patent law. If someone is using your intellectual property without your permission, he or she may be earning money by leeching off your inspiration and hard work. Business attorney Robert G. Klein can help defend your creation and put a stop to misappropriation. He has nearly 30 years of experience managing intellectual property litigation, and he can guide you through the many intricacies associated with such cases.
The initial rights to intellectual property rest with the creator. Such professionals working under ‘work for hire’ contracts may have already assigned the rights to their intellectual property to the companies they work for, but when created independently, the creator has the sole and exclusive right to dispose of the rights to their property as he or she sees fit.
If you or your company has been the victim of intellectual property infringement, or if you wish to protect your intellectual property from potential abuse, contact a business attorney at our office today. You can reach our firm by calling (323) 405-1002 to speak to our Intellectual property attorney in Los Angeles. We can review your potential case at no charge and connect you with a patent attorney in California
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