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Knowing why and how to protect one’s intellectual property

| Nov 23, 2020 | Uncategorized |

There may be a variety of businesses in Louisiana and elsewhere that owe much of their success to the unique and creative approaches of their owners. With the competitive nature of an ever-expanding business market, many business owners may feel it vital to find ways to safeguard their intellectual property. Knowing how to identify a company’s intellectual property and the options with which to protect such interests could play an essential role in achieving one’s long-term business goals.

Intellectual property can come in various forms and can play a significant part in the success of a company. Some possible examples of intellectual property could range anywhere from unique company logos to blueprints for creative product designs. Even a company’s name may fall under this category, as could operational procedures used to manufacture products.

Business owners seeking to protect their intellectual property may have multiple options to consider. Some of the available options include trademarks, patents, copyrights and trade secrets. Knowing how to identify what types of intellectual property a company possesses and understanding how to choose the correct path to protect such interests could help ward off a variety of possible concerns, but it can also be a complex process.

Those who feel that protecting their intellectual property is vital but remain uncertain where to turn for assistance in navigating the process could benefit from seeking legal counsel early in the process. An attorney can work with a client in identifying all forms of intellectual property and in creating a strategy to protect his or her business interests. An attorney can assist a client through every step of the process and provide future guidance on various business law topics should the need arise.