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How To Protect Your Intellectual Property

Updated: Jun 1

Learning how to protect your intellectual property is important. With the help of a Florida intellectual properly lawyer at Smith/Barbara, you can ensure that your creative works are never used by someone else without your consent. Patents and copyrights can offer some security, but it doesn’t always mean that your design is protected too. Copies can emerge. Our legal professionals can help ensure that doesn’t happen to you.

Tips on protecting your creative works

Ultimately, when you file a patent, the recipe of how a product or service is created. Once it is published, anyone can create something similar and workaround intellectual property law. If you’re working with a group, ensure that no member has access to the complete product as then they have the ability to steal it. Avoid joint ownership of intellectual property at all costs as it can cause problems later on, which will make it harder to protect. Always use strong non-disclosure agreements if you’re working in a group that ensures that members won’t share details with others.

Call to Schedule a Free Consultation With a Florida Intellectual Property Lawyer Today

If you have concerns about how you can best protect your creative work, call to schedule a free consultation with a Florida intellectual property lawyer today. Our legal professionals at the law firm of Smith/Barbara use our resources and knowledge to ensure that your intellectual property remains protected. Visit our web page at or give us a call at (954) 710 - 0116 and allow our friendly staff to answer any of your questions. We serve the states of Florida and Tennessee and we look forward to giving you legal advice you can trust.

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