- Posted February 16, 2014 by
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San Diego Patent Attorney Peter Gutenberg, Advises Inventors on New Patent Rules
Peter Gutenberg, Esq. San Diego Patent Attorney has a reputation as one of the foremost authorities in the profession.
The first person to file for a patent is recognized as the lawful holder of the patent, making it essential to establish protection and ownership as quickly as possible. This is a major change in the law as “First to produce” no longer applies. Securing a patent is an extremely time consuming and difficult process and one which requires the services of an experienced patent attorney.
“Protecting intellectual property is vital for any business,” said Gutenberg. “The intellectual property arena is a diverse field that includes patents, copyrights, trademarks and trade secrets. With the representation of a qualified intellectual property attorney, you can face any issue without undue stress.”
In choosing a patent attorney, look for one who offers a comprehensive array of services to help clients set up their corporation, protect their property, and create licensing agreements. He registers trademarks and copyrights for clients and provides an expert review of existing company documents to help individuals remain current and meet the challenges of changing trademark, copyright and patent laws.
A trademark is part of a company’s identification, distinguishing where goods and services originate. Registering a trademark isn’t mandatory, but provides companies and individuals with national recognition as the trademark holder. It gives entities the exclusive right to market and use a specific brand. The patent attorney aids clients in establishing and retaining those rights.
Copyright infringement occurs when an author’s original works are used, copied or published without specific permission. Copyrights last for the life of the author plus 70 years, providing protection for an author’s heirs. Authors must protect their literary, musical and artistic works from those who would profit unlawfully.
The copyright, patent and trademark services offered by the Law Office of Peter Gutenberg enable individuals, small businesses and corporate clients to protect their property and trade secrets in the U.S. and abroad. A recognized authority within the profession, Gutenberg assists clients with the appropriate documents, registrations and litigation when required, ensuring that unscrupulous individuals don’t profit from the theft or infringement of his clients’ labors.
Located at 10606 Camino Ruiz, Suite 8 #263 in San Diego, CA, Gutenberg can be reached by phone at 858-935-7866 or via email with the convenient form on the company’s website. For more information, visit the website at http://gutenberglaw.com.
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