What You Need
Understanding the intellectual property your company creates, acquires, or sells is paramount to preserving the core value of a business. Our approach to intellectual property is three-pronged: identify, protect, and monetize. Whether your intellectual property is commercially exploited and protected as a trademark, copyrighted work, or by patent, or represents core business processes that are maintained as trade secrets, OlenderFeldman can assist you in determining the best way to maintain and secure your key intellectual property assets.
How We Deliver
Protecting intellectual property begins with an understanding of our clients’ businesses and how they deliver products or services to their customers. Our critical task is to help them understand how to protect their intellectual property rights and how to distinguish their intellectual property from the intellectual property their customers expect to own. We help ensure that they do not inadvertently “give away the farm” when delivering products and services to their customers. By enabling our clients to understand what their intellectual property is, how it is protected, and how to commercialize it, we empower our clients to provide innovation to their customers and maximize the value of their intellectual property assets.
OlenderFeldman’s commitment to protecting our clients’ intellectual property rights incorporates all remedies available in the United States and elsewhere, with particularly deep experience in the following areas:
- Copyright Protection and Licensing and Work-for-Hire Agreements
- Trade-Secret Policies and Protection
- Trademark Registration, Prosecution, and Licensing
- Software License Agreements
- Downloadable Software License Agreements
- Software as a Service (SaaS) License and Subscription Agreements
- Patent and Technology Licensing
- Software Development Agreements
- Master Services Agreements and Statements of Work
- Employment Agreements and Policies for the Protection of Intellectual Property
- Proprietary Information and Invention Assignment Agreements (PIIAAs)