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LEGAL REPRESENTATION IN LITIGATION CASES
BUSINESS LITIGATION LAW
The field of Business Litigation deals with issues that may arise in business and other commercial relationships. Companies, regardless of size or reach, will often be forced to confront and resolve disputes that arise with other parties.
These business conflicts may be based in issues such as contract disputes, co-owner disputes, creditor and debtor claims, intellectual property disputes, violations of publicity rights and rights of privacy, defamation and business libel, trade secrets, non-compete agreements, and non-disclosure agreements.
The most effective way to deal with these situations is to contact a skilled attorney as early as possible. Planning for such contingencies by working closely with a business attorney can effectively reduce your exposure to obstacles and to manage problems when the do occur.
Partner with a law firm who will personalize their methods to best suit your unique needs. Give Rogero Law a call at (305) 441-0200 or click here to message one of our dedicated professionals right now. We look forward to working with you.
LEGAL REPRESENTATION IN PROTECTING AND ENFORCING YOUR COPYRIGHTS
If you are a writer, artist, musician, or business owner, protecting your intellectual property from exploitation by others is crucial. Copyright registration strengthens your rights and gives you important tools to protect your work. As the owner or creator of an original work, registration provides you with exclusive rights for the use and distribution of your work.
When it comes to copyright law, determining how to best protect your creative or original work can be very challenging. It takes a skilled attorney with experience to counsel you to take proper action.
In order to avoid mistakes in registering copyright claims, you should contact a copyright attorney. An experienced professional can guide you through the process and personally address any questions or concerns you may have. It is always a smart decision to have an individual who is knowledgeable in their field by your side when becoming involved in any legal matter.
LEGAL REPRESENTATION IN THE ENTERTAINMENT FIELD
Entertainment law is a legal practice area that is not easily defined. While it certainly deals with cases that commonly arise within the entertainment industry, the professional practice of it requires an attorney to be well-versed in many other areas of law.
A competent entertainment law attorney will be able to counsel his or her clients in matters pertaining to contracts, trademarks, copyrights, publicity rights, privacy rights, business considerations, employment law, and litigation.
In addition to these skills, an effective entertainment attorney must also be aware of the varying statutes related to the entertainment industry.
LEGAL REPRESENTATION IN LITIGATION CASES
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LITIGATION
The term “Intellectual Property” encompasses a number of related areas of law, including:
As you can see, Intellectual Property encompasses much more than one simple area.
LEGAL REPRESENTATION IN SELECTING, PROTECTING AND ENFORCING YOUR TRADEMARKS
TRADEMARKS & SERVICE MARKS
A trademark is generally a word, phrase, symbol, or design, or a combination thereof, that identifies and distinguishes the source of the goods of one party from those of others. A service mark is the same as a trademark, except that it identifies and distinguishes the source of a service rather than goods.
Generally, the terms “trademark” and “mark” refer to both trademarks and service marks. A trademark is the key factor in setting a product or company apart from others that provide similar services or products.
Although registering a trademark can eliminate a significant amount of worry from facing unwarranted legal issues, complications may still arise. However, an experienced trademark attorney should have the knowledge and expertise both to handle the situation competently and prevent further problems from occurring altogether.
When starting a new business or changing a business structure, the selection of the proper type of entity is important. A qualified attorney can assist in the selection and formation of the entity, and the preparation of important documents regarding the ownership, control and management of the entity.
Once the entity is operating, adjustments need to be made from time to time to meet new opportunities, issues and threats. This requires the involvement of experienced legal counsel to guide the participants to achieve favorable results.
What is Intellectual Property?
Intellectual property encompasses many of the areas that have already been addressed above. Copyright and trademark law are subcategories under the broader umbrella of intellectual property. By definition, Intellectual Property is something that is created in a person’s mind, such as an idea, invention, or creative work. An individual has the right to claiming ownership over these original, creative thoughts.
Our professionals at Rogero Law are experienced in protecting intellectual property. Whether you’re looking to register a copyright claim for your business or ensure that your product is patented, we can assist you in all of these areas. We recognize how important intellectual property protection is and we strive to keep our clients covered at all times.
What is a Copyright?
Copyright is a form of protection provided to the authors of “original works of authorship” including literary, dramatic, musical, artistic, and certain other intellectual works, both published and unpublished. The 1976 Copyright Act generally gives the owner of copyright the exclusive right to reproduce the copyrighted work, to prepare derivative works, to distribute copies or phonorecords of the copyrighted work, to perform the copyrighted work publicly, or to display the copyrighted work publicly.
The copyright protects the form of expression rather than the subject matter of the writing. For example, a description of a machine could be copyrighted, but this would only prevent others from copying the description; it would not prevent others from writing a description of their own or from making and using the machine. Copyrights are registered by the Copyright Office of the Library of Congress.
What is a Trademark?
A trademark is a word, name, symbol, or device that is used in trade with goods to indicate the source of the goods and to distinguish them from the goods of others. A service mark is the same as a trademark except that it identifies and distinguishes the source of a service rather than a product. The terms “trademark” and “mark” are commonly used to refer to both trademarks and service marks.
Trademark rights may be used to prevent others from using a confusingly similar mark, but not to prevent others from making the same goods or from selling the same goods or services under a clearly different mark. Trademarks that are used in interstate or foreign commerce may be registered with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.