Intellectual Property

Intellectual property law relates to the protection of ideas. There are four major areas of intellectual property law: Patent Law, Trademark Law, Copyright Law, and Nondisclosure Agreements.

Trademark Law

Copyright Law

Patent Law

Nondisclsoure Agreements

Patent Law involves the protection of the ownership interests of inventions. It involves patent prosecution, or the filing and pursuing patent applications through the US
Trademark Law involves the protection of a word, symbol, or phrase, used to identify a particular manufacturer or seller's products. For more information about Trademarks, please see the following page:
Copyright Law involves the protection of original works of authorship, including written and recorded materials. For more information about Trademarks, please see the following page:
Nondisclosure Agreements are specialized contracts used in business to ensure the protection of confidential or proprietary information from being shared improperly. For more information about Nondisclosure Agreements, please see the following page:
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Patent and Trademark Office, as well as patent litigation, or the defense of one's intellectual property rights through the court system. David Kreher has patent prosecution and patent litigation experience. For more information about Patent Law, please see the following pages:
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