Intellectual Property Topics

"Intellectual property (IP) refers to creations of the mind, such as inventions; literary and artistic works; designs; and symbols, names and images used in commerce."  The four major areas of legal protection are Patents; Trademarks; Copyrights; and Trade Secrets.   

 

Intellectual property must be protected in all aspects of product or service creation, development, marketing and business operations. The Law Office of Jeff Williams can help you protect proprietary information, including formulas, product components, design and engineering processes, business strategies, client lists, branding and marketing information.

Free Intellectual Property Consultation

Our intellectual property firm provides legal counsel to individuals and businesses across Dallas, Arlington, Houston, the U.S. and internationally. We helps clients maximize the value of their intellectual property rights and develop new products in ways that ensure they may grow in the future. If you experience intellectual property violation or infringement issues, we can help you resolve them.

 

Protecting And Developing Proprietary Information

The firm provides representation to inventors, creators and businesses in intellectual property matters involving:

Contact The Firm

 

Please contact us for a free consultation with an intellectual property law attorney in Houston, Dallas, and Fort Worth.

Fort Worth/Arlington Office
1701 E. Lamar Blvd.,
Suite 155
Arlington, TX 76006
817-225-6561
Fax: 888-908-6679
Dallas Office
3838 Oak Lawn Ave,
Suite 1000
Dallas, TX 75219
817-225-6561
Fax: 888-908-6679

( By Appointment Only)

Houston Office
363 N. Sam Houston Pkwy East, Suite 1100
Houston, TX 77060
832-795-1909
Fax: 888-908-6679

( By Appointment Only)

New York Office
646-741-7972

( By Appointment Only)

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