At Lodestone, we are committed to helping our clients protect their intellectual property by providing strategic guidance leading to cost-effective, concrete results. So, what is “intellectual property” or “I.P.”, and why should you care about protecting it? Essentially, it is the collection of rights that you have in the work product of your mind - your inventions, your trade names and symbols, your literary, artistic, or musical works, etc. In many businesses, these are the greatest assets; yet so often they go unprotected. And that is where we come in.
We invite you to contact us today to schedule your FREE initial consultation so that we can assist you in both determining what intellectual property assets you may have and then protecting those assets to the extent advisable under patent, trademark, copyright, and other laws. We want to help our clients understand their options and make informed decisions in all areas that affect them, including the I.P. implications of what they are doing.
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