An Overview of Intellectual Property Law

Intellectual Property LawTaking steps to protect your real property from unauthorized use is a routine process of installing locks, but protecting your intellectual property is a far more complex matter. An intellectual property lawyer in Frisco can guide you through the process of protecting your rightful ownership of your creative efforts. You may have evidence of a break in at your home, but you may not know about intellectual theft until the damage is done. The attorneys at Lucé Law are authorities on all aspects of business and family law.

You hold ownership of real and intellectual property, but theft of your creative ideas involves potential attacks by those who are far cleverer than an ordinary burglar. You have a right to benefit from your original works whether they are published or not. The copyright law guards against infringement of your rights. Protection of the uniqueness of your product description through a brand, a slogan, a domain or other ways is part of trademark law that you may want to discuss with your attorney. Retaining your right to prevent someone else from making a product like yours is addressed in patent law.

Protections are available, but you need legal advice to make sure that you can access them. Laws related to Intellectual property are complicated and intricate, and they are nearly impossible to understand if you are not experienced in using them. The efforts that you have put into your original works deserve the protection that the law affords.

The attorneys at the Lucé Law Firm have successfully assisted other clients whose concerns are similar to yours. The initial monetary value of your intellectual property, either great or small, does not usually stay the same. The originality of it is worth a great deal to someone who does not own it, and you can make sure that you get to experience all of the rewards of your creative work.

When you leave your house or your office, you make sure to lock the door behind you. To have the assurance that you have provided protection for your intellectual properties, contact the Lucé Law Firm at 972-632-1300.