How To Protect Your Intellectual Property
As a company begins to grow, it often develops its own unique ideas, goods, services and overall brand. These are all powerful assets that competitors often seek to take or appropriate. As such, it is often extremely important to protect these assets.
While the processes for protecting these assets may appear simple, any mistake can result in rejection that can prove catastrophic. Because of the many complicated details to be handled, partnering with an experienced lawyer is of utmost importance.
With a master’s degree in business administration, attorney Craig Lerman understands business and he understands business law. He has more than a decade of experience working on these and other intellectual property issues and with offices in Kennesaw, Alpharetta And Atlanta, he is ready to serve you.
What Are Your Goals?
Mr. Lerman will work with you to fully understand your goals and develop a cost-effective and efficient way to protect your intellectual property in the long run. This includes:
- Patent law
- Service marks
- Copyright law
Attorney Lerman at Lerman Law Associates, P.C., understands the extensive time, energy and resources that go into creating these assets. He is prepared to help tailor his approach to whatever the issue is so that clients can get back to core business processes while he protects their intellectual property rights.
In the event that a client is facing patent prosecution issues, he is prepared to call in specialists to help defend clients’ interests in the best possible way.
How To Contact Lerman Law Associates, P.C.
Attorney Craig Lerman prides himself on building long-term relationships with clients. After assisting you with intellectual property issues, he can help you resolve your ongoing legal needs. For a free initial consultation regarding your intellectual property, contact the firm online or call 678-888-5773 to schedule an appointment at our office in Kennesaw, Alpharetta or Atlanta, Georgia. We regularly serve residents and businesses in Fulton County and Cobb County.