Understanding and Protecting Your Intellectual Property

Intellectual property such as copyrights, trademarks, and trade secrets are valuable assets that help businesses distinguish themselves in a crowded marketplace. The intellectual property your company owns is part of its brand. Strong branding can add value and create new opportunities for your business. However, if your intellectual property isn't protected, others may be able to profit from your company's hard work and good reputation. Don't let this happen to you.

Not sure how to go about protecting your business's intellectual property? Metro Atlanta attorney Steve Becker can help. Having served as in-house counsel for Fortune 500 companies for more than 30 years, Steve knows intellectual property law inside and out—and now he's written a guide to help Georgia business owners learn the basics.

Available for free download, the Understanding and Protecting Your Intellectual Property e-Guide provides an overview of the vital information business owners need to protect their interests. The guide will help you understand the purposes of—as well as the differences between—the various types of intellectual property and the legal steps you need to take to safeguard these important assets. You can also find information on:

  • Choosing a strong trademark 
  • Conducting a trademark search
  • Applying for trademark registration
  • What is —and isn't—copyrightable 
  • Copyright registration benefits 
  • What qualifies as a trade secret
  • Requirements for establishing a trade secret 
  • Handling intellectual property disputes
  • And much, much more.

After reading the Understanding and Protecting Your Intellectual Property e-Guide, you'll enjoy a better understanding of intellectual property law, the impact it can have on your business, and how an attorney can help you protect these valuable “products of the mind.”

Complete the contact form to request your free download of Becker Law LLC's Understanding and Protecting Your Intellectual Property e-Guide. If you'd like to discuss your intellectual property matter, contact our law office or use our online appointment tool to schedule an on-demand consultation.

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