Las Vegas Patent and Trademark Attorney
With an extensive litigation background, the tough-minded attorneys provide knowledgeable legal representation to inventors, entrepreneurs and small businesses.
The intellectual property laws are complex. However, with the right law firm on your side, the process can be made immensely less intimidating. The Las Vegas federal lawyers with Paul Padda Law provides first-rate intellectual property legal services. These include patent searches, patent applications, trademark searches, trademark applications, infringement advice/opinions and infringement litigation.
With a wealth of litigation experience representing both individuals and small businesses, we know what it takes to protect your interests. Call our office today at (702) 366-1888 or via our online form to schedule a consultation.
Our Patent & Trademark Services
A patent is a powerful legal right. As the owner of a patent, you have an enforceable legal right to control the use of the registered intellectual property. This right limits the ability of others to make, use, sell or profit from your patent. There are several stages to securing a patent including the following:
- Conception of the idea
- Patent search
- Preparing and filing patent application
- Persuading USPTO to allow the patent
- Issuance of the patent
- Maintenance of the patent
You’re an inventor who has developed a brilliant new product or devised a method that will revolutionize the world and you’ve obtained a patent. However, someone else is now copying your idea – what can you do? You can call Paul Padda for legal recourse and help! Infringement occurs when an individual or entity uses your patented ideas without permission. This violation may entitle you to significant monetary damages. With decades of litigation experience in patent matters, the attorneys at Paul Padda Law can help you obtain justice.
A trademark is basically a brand name that applies to goods. For example, you sell a particular product. The clever name you come up with to identify your product could be a trademark. A service mark is similar to a trademark but it’s basically a brand name associated with services. According to the USPTO, both trademarks or service marks “may include any word, name, symbol, device or any combination used or intended to be used to identify and distinguish goods/services of one seller or provider from those of others, and to indicate the source of the goods/services.”
If you want to protect the trademark or service mark associated with your business or invention, Paul Padda Law can help by registering it with the USPTO. Equally important, we can help you avoid trouble by finding out if the mark you’re using in connection with your business violates someone else’s trade or service mark.