What Does an Intellectual Property Attorney Do?

Intellectual property refers to creations of the mind, including inventions, designs, artwork, literary work and more. Protecting these types of property requires the expertise of an intellectual property attorney. An IP attorney provides legal assistance and guidance to artists, inventors and anyone else who needs exclusive protection for their property by applying for patents, copyrights or trademarks; defending a patent or trademark; representing clients before patent examiners or boards; or writing licensing agreements.

We specialize in helping protect the intellectual property of business owners. We know that securing our clients creative endeavors promotes innovation, which is why we ensure that we do everything possible from a legal standpoint to keep our clients intellectual property safe from other parties. Hiring an attorney is the best way to ensure that your creative property is protected.