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A Patent is an exclusive right granted to inventors by the government to exclude others from making, using, distributing or selling their inventions without their authorization for a limited period, generally, 20 years.  Patents provide economic incentive to inventors by offering the possibility of obtaining material reward for their innovations, in return for that protection inventors must publicly disclose all relevant information about the invention, including specific instructions on how to replicate it. That exchange strengthens and feeds the body of public knowledge and is a fundamental core to the enrichment of culture and science.  Patents protect processes, designs, and devices that meet the patentability criteria.

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Oppenheim Law Handles:

  • Copyright Registration
  • Copyright Enforcement and Litigation
  • Patent
  • Trademark Selection and Clearance
  • Trademark Registration
  • Trademark Enforcement and Litigation
  • Trade Secrets
  • Domain Name Disputes
  • IP Licensing, Assignments and Merchandising Agreements
  • IP Portfolio Management
  • Brand Development and Monitoring
  • Confidentiality and Non-Disclosure Agreements
  • Preparing and Responding to Cease and Desist Letters

Should you be involved in a dispute over your intellectual property, please feel free to contact us online or give us a call at 954-384-6114 and we will be glad to respond to your inquiry.

Oppenheim Law | Florida Intellectual Property Attorneys
2500 Weston Rd #404
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33331