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IP transactions require a clear understanding of several areas of the law at the federal, state, and international level.  IP legal protection mechanisms are territorial in nature: every country   sets their own IP law.  In  the United States,  states also have some freedom to regulate some aspects of intellectual property as well. Therefore, IP owners may have a combination of state, federal, and international intellectual property rights. Nonetheless, globalization has pushed almost all jurisdictions to participate in international harmonization efforts. Those efforts are currently embeded in a group of international treaties, such as  the Madrid Protocol, the Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property (TRIPS), the Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works, and the Paris Convention for the Protection of Industrial Property, that allow owners of IP to benefit and profit from their IP assets in other countries.  The United States is part of most IP treaties giving American businesses, nationals, and residents access to a wide variety of international IP rights.

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The protection of IP creates new jobs, strengthens industries and enhances the quality of life. As an inventor, creator or entrepreneur, ensuring that you maintain ownership and rights to your intellectual property is crucial in today’s high-tech world.

Whether it’s protection of trade secrets, information technology, marketing material, or other creative and unique work, at Oppenheim Law we understand the importance of ensuring that our clients receive full compensation for the fruits of their creative labor. We have worked with clients from the ground up in all areas of intellectual property, trademark and copyrights law.

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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 #209
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33331