Intellectual Property Law

Intellectual Property generally refers to intangible property rights such as trademarks, copyrights, and patents. Generally speaking, each exists to protect against the unauthorized use of creations or inventions of the mind, but they differ from one another in important ways. Simply stated, trademarks identify and distinguish the source of goods and services; copyrights protect original works of authorship in various mediums (i.e., books, photographs, plays, drawings, songs); and patents protect an invention or process. Proper trademark, copyright, and patent application and protection is an integral part of preserving a business plan, reputation, and identity. The attorneys at Jones & Walden have experience representing clients with respect to trademark and copyright matters.

Trademarks

Trademark protection prevents someone else from making goods and distributing, selling or advertising them with your trademark.

Copyrights

Copyrights protect original works of authorship such as drawings, songs, books, speeches, copy, paintings, cartoons, or screen plays.

Entertainment

Entertainment law is broad area of law that covers a wide range of legal topics from intellectual property rights and contract rights to business and financial matters.