Intellectual property lawyers provide legal advice for their clients on establishing and protecting intellectual capital. Most IP law practices handle matters such as:
– Technology Transfers
– Trade Secret Projects
Intellectual property lawyers also assist in licensing inventions, transferring proprietary technology, drafting licensing agreements, negotiating settlements, and conducting IP asset due diligence.
IP lawyers might litigate intellectual property matters around the globe, representing clients in federal and state courts and before administrative agencies such as the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and the International Trade Commission.
IP attorneys frequently consult on creative ideas and develop new ideas that will increase the value of their clients’ IP portfolios. They also advise on new rules and regulations governing the protection of unique ideas.