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Intellectual Property refers to ‘creations of the mind'. Copyrights, Trademarks and Patents all provide different protections for your creative ideas. At NeJame Law we can help you determine whether a Copyright, Trademark or Patent is appropriate and can assist you in attaining the protection you need. If you have already received a Copyright, Trademark or Patent an Intellectual Property attorney from NeJame Law can help you enforce your rights against infringers. Intellectual property also includes your business' trade secrets. An Intellectual Property Rights Lawyer from NeJame Law can assist you in protecting your business' trade secrets .
A copyright is a form of protection for an author's "original works". Copyright protection is grounded in the U.S. Constitution and is available for published and unpublished literary whic includes books and websites, dramatic, musical, artistic and other intellectual works. In order to have copyright protection there must be: (1) an original work of authorship; (2) the work must be fixed in a tangible medium; and (3) there must be a minimal amount of creativity.
Please feel free to read through our detailed copyright information page and to contact our Orlando Intellectual Property attorney, who will be happy to assist you with all your copyrights needs.
A trademark includes any word, name, symbol, device, or any combination, used or intended to be used to identify and distinguish the goods/services of one seller or provider from those of others, and to indicate the source of the goods/services. Registration of a mark is not mandatory but it does provide some advantages. Please review our trademark attorney page for more information on trademarks and on how to register one.
A patent is granted to an inventor "to exclude others from making, using, offering for sale, or selling the invention throughout the United States or importing the invention to the United States." 35 U.S.C. 154(1). If you have an original invention, you may want to consider patenting your idea. A patent is the most difficult form of intellectual property protection to obtain but provides the strongest rights. At NeJame Law we can refer you to a well-qualified patent attorney to help you obtain a new patent for your invention or idea.
Patent infringement is the unauthorized use of a patent. 35 U.S.C. 271. Patent infringement is a violation of your intellectual property rights. At NeJame Law our patent enforcement attorneys can help you protect those intellectual property rights. Our attorneys have experience in intellectual property litigation and can help protect you from becoming a victim of patent infringement.
Help is here!!! If you would like to acquire a patent or need help protecting a patent that you already have, contact an Intellectual Property lawyer from NeJame Law immediately. You need an experienced Orlando Patent Attorney on your case. We are available 24 hours a day 7 days a week. Call us at (407) 245-1232 or fill out our online form. You can also e-mail us at Attorney@NeJameLaw.com. One of our Intellectual Property attorneys will contact you back shortly. We value your privacy and will keep any information strictly confidential.
A trade secret can be any confidential business information that provides an enterprise a competitive edge. Trade secrets encompass manufacturing or industrial secrets and commercial secrets. The unauthorized use of such information by persons other than the holder is regarded as an unfair practice and a violation of the trade secret.
The protection of a trade secret is generally a prerequisite to any enforcement action. In order to prosecute an action for theft of trade secrets:
- The information must be secret (i.e. it is not generally known among, or readily accessible to, circles that normally deal with the kind of information in question).
- It must have commercial value because it is a secret.
- It must have been subject to reasonable steps by the rightful holder of the information to keep it secret (e.g., through confidentiality agreements).
If you would like to provide protection to your trade secrets, contact an Intellectual Property attorney from NeJame Law immediately. You need an experienced Intellectual Property lawyer on your case to discuss what procedures you need to follow. We are available 24 hours a day 7 days a week. Call us at (407) 245-1232 or fill out our online form. You can also e-mail us at Attorney@NeJameLaw.com. One of our Intellectual Property attorneys will contact you back shortly. We value your privacy and will keep any information strictly confidential
Electronic Discovery (eDiscovery)
Electronic Discovery is an emerging area of law that is changing the way litigation is handled. Together, the 20th and 21st centuries have birthed a new generation of technology. This new digital era has led to an overwhelming increase of electronically stored information (ESI) and has changed the American discovery process of litigation. The change from paper discovery to Electronic Discovery (eDiscovery) has forced both plaintiffs and defendants to realize significant new expenses and obligations during the discovery phase of litigation. These expenses are so major that cases involving eDiscovery are often settled.
Due to the expense involved, eDiscovery has been more common in large corporate cases. However, as America moves closer to becoming an entirely paperless society, eDiscovery is becoming normal discovery and is an issue in both small and large cases. At NeJame Law we do everything to ensure that our clients' cases are handled properly. We help our clients understand their duty to preserve and how to treat their document retention policies. We help our clients determine whether they will need a computer forensics expert or simply an electronic discovery (eDiscovery) specialist. Failure to handle electronic information properly and failure to completely respond to discovery requests can lead to legal malpractice and even sanctions for both the attorney and the client.
At NeJame Law we have the resources to safeguard against these types of negligent mistakes and we always make sure that our clients are receiving competent and diligent representation. Whether your case is large or small, if electronic evidence is at issue, we have the experience to handle it.
Help is here!!! If you believe that your lawsuit may involve some eDiscovery issues contact an eDiscovery attorney from NeJame Law immediately. You need an experienced lawyer on your case. We are available 7 days a week. Call us at (407) 245-1232 or fill out our online form. You can also e-mail us at Attorney@NeJameLaw.com. One of our attorneys will contact you back shortly. We value your privacy and will keep any information strictly confidential.