Do community property laws apply to copyright matters?
Yes. Copyright enforcement relies on state rules that are generally applicable to property. According to community property laws, if a spouse creates a copyrighted work during the course of a marriage, both spouses become co-owners of the property by law. So, a copyright work authored by one spouse during the marriage is considered community property.
How can I trust that my trademark is protected?
Whether you are a new company applying for your first trademark or an established company with several existing trademarks, our firm works hard to ensure that your trademark will remain visible and enforced when infringement issues arise. We work with an international network of qualified counsel so that we can protect trademarks and copyrights anywhere on earth. All trademark applications and registrations are monitored on our state of the art trademark software system.
I work in the apparel industry. How can I protect my trade secrets?
With decades of experience in the apparel industry, our principal attorney understands how crucial it is to safeguard trade secrets. We will help you put several strategies in place that keep your precious ideas, products, and practices safe from your competitors. To learn more, schedule a free consultation with us today.
Do I need an attorney to look over my contracts and agreements?
It is highly advised that all business owners consult an experienced attorney who can help them draft, review, and negotiate any contracts and agreements they use in their transactions. Our firm serves all types of businesses, but we specialize in helping our apparel industry companies. No matter what type of business you have, making sure your contracts and business agreements are clear and that they adamantly protect your best interests is crucial for the success of your business.
When can I pursue victim restitution?
Remember that the victim is only eligible to pursue victim restitution once a conviction has occurred. Once the conviction is secured, it is advisable to act swiftly while any necessary evidence or witnesses are still available.