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Protecting Intellectual Property Rights

As a business owner, you know it is often your intellectual property that sets you apart from the competition. This property needs to be protected from competitors who would use it to narrow the gap.

At Pearson & Paris, P.C., in the Denver area, we have more than 50 years of combined experience practicing law. However, it’s not just our legal experience that sets us apart. It’s our business experience. Our top business law attorney has founded for-profit businesses and nonprofit organizations and has served on boards of directors for both. Our knowledge of the realities of the business world informs the decisions we make to achieve the goals of the businesses we represent.

Call us at 303-872-4719 or 888-725-2609 across Colorado for an initial consultation at reduced Rates.

Trademarks, Copyrights, Trade Secrets And More

Our lawyers are available not only to help your business protect intellectual property, but also to see that you get the full value of these important assets. Yes, we will enter into litigation if someone has infringed on your intellectual property, going to trial if that is what it takes to protect your interests. We will also assist with creating license agreements for the use of intellectual property or to use the intellectual property of another business.

The types of intellectual property we deal with include:

  • Trademarks From applications to enforcement, there are many aspects to the law of trademarks. Our attorneys provide skilled guidance in resolving trademark disputes of all types.
  • International property litigation — In a global economy, many intellectual property disputes have international aspects. We have the international experience and connections to protect your international IP rights.

We also handle a full range of issues involving:

  • Copyrights
  • Trade secrets
  • Trade dress
  • Proprietary information
  • Confidential information/lists

Intellectual Property For Online Businesses

Owners of websites, online businesses and businesses with an online presence face an array of interesting challenges in relation to their intellectual property. Furthermore, there are issues related to legal disclaimers, terms of use and other requirements that may or may not relate directly to intellectual property, but can have a significant impact on the business regardless. Our attorneys are skilled in meeting the needs of modern businesses.

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