The question of Intellectual Property (IP) ownership can be daunting if you have not protected yourself.

The Dennen IP Law Team knows the law and what is needed to claim IP ownership.

Don't leave it to chance. If you have valuable IP, you can bet that someone will challenge your rights to see if they can get a piece of it.

With IP protection in place through Patents, Trademarks, Copyrights, or Trade Secrets, there won't be any question about ownership and any opponents will know you are fully protected.

Let the Dennen IP Law experts support you by writing your IP protection using the applicable laws and stand with you to legally protect your rights.



...a property right that can be protected under federal and state law, including copyrightable works, ideas, discoveries, and inventions. The term Intellectual Property relates to intangible rights protecting the products of human intelligence and creation, such as copyrightable works, Patented inventions, Trademarks, and Trade Secrets. 

Intellectual property describes a wide variety of property created by musicians, authors, artists, and inventors. The law of Intellectual Property typically encompasses the areas of Copyright, Patents, and Trademark law. It is intended largely to encourage the development of art, science, and information by granting certain property rights to all artists, which include inventors in the arts and the sciences. These rights allow artists to protect themselves from infringement, or the unauthorized use and misuse of their creations.

Trademarks and service marks protect distinguishing features (such as names or package designs) that are associated with particular products or services and that indicate commercial source.