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What is Intellectual Property?

Intellectual property (IP) refers to creations of the mind, such as inventions; literary and artistic works; designs; and symbols, names and images used in commerce.

Intellectual property can be the name or logo goods are sold under, a design, invention, or writing in which the creator can protect their rights by applying for a trademark, patent or copyright.

Our Intellectual Property Law Services

Our services cover all aspects of intellectual property law including:

Our intellectual property attorneys help obtain and leverage our clients’ patents, trademarks, and copyrights to achieve maximum success in the marketplace. These clients range from individuals to large international businesses that rely on intellectual property to protect their inventions, works of art, brands and trade secrets.

Our goal is to help our clients enforce and manage their IP portfolios to protect valuable intellectual property and, in the case of businesses, to help increase the value of their companies.

Our Intellectual Property Experience

Our IP team is highly trained and includes attorneys and paralegals who have decades of experience in IP matters. Our team includes attorneys with significant jury trial experience, attorneys licensed to practice before the United States Patent & Trademark Office, and board-certified IP specialists.

Contact Us for a Free Consultation with an Experienced Intellectual Property Law Attorney

In navigating the intricate landscape of intellectual property law, having an experienced advocate by your side is crucial for protecting your innovations and creative work. Our intellectual property attorneys are ready to provide tailored solutions to protect your ideas and assets. Contact us for a complimentary consultation, where we can discuss your specific needs and create a strategic plan to secure your intellectual property rights.

Meet Our Celebration and Melbourne Intellectual Property Attorneys

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