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Protecting Your Intellectual Property

Not all the property you own is physical. If you are a business owner, you know that much of the value of your company may be intellectual property. It may sound odd to say that you need to “guard your mind” in business, but spilling secrets about intellectual property can completely ruin a company. Whether you have top secret recipes at your restaurant, an innovative method of service, or another unique aspect of your company, intellectual property is a precious commodity that needs to be protected.

When Can A Case Be Litigated?

If your intellectual property is unjustly stolen, you have the right to file a lawsuit. For example, if you create a business model and are about to implement it, only for you to find out that a good friend stole the plans off your computer and used the same business plan to start their own company, you may be able to litigate.

Intellectual property lawsuits can be complicated because the assets concerned are not tangible. This is why you need an intellectual property attorney with more than 20 years of business law experience to take on your case and advocate for you in the courtroom.

History Of Success In Intellectual Property Law

Should you choose to work with [nap_names id=”FIRM-NAME-1″], yours will not be the first intellectual property case he has handled. The firm has achieved multiple victories in this area of law.

Some of those successes are listed below:

  • Represented a global equipment supplier when the client’s proprietary oilfield industrial-cyclone technology was used without permission by another company. The firm took this case to the Appeals court and was able to settle it during arbitration on favorable terms for the client.
  • Represented a staffing company in an insurance coverage dispute that concerned a trademark infringement. The insurer paid full policy limits before the hearing on the client’s summary-judgment motion.
  • Represented a physician in a dispute with a clinic that had to do with a noncompete agreement. The client was able to end the dispute in terms that were favorable.

If you are facing an intellectual property situation and need legal assistance, don’t hesitate to contact [nap_names id=”FIRM-NAME-3″], today.

Get Optimal Representation For Your Case

At [nap_names id=”FIRM-NAME-3″], you will be treated with respect and given the time and communication you deserve. Hire a Houston business attorney by calling [nap_phone id=”LOCAL-CT-NUMBER-1″] or sending an email to initiate a consultation.