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Protect Your Business With the Intellectual Property Law Services of OspreyIP

You have worked hard to develop your brand and innovations, now let me help you protect them. At OspreyIP, we use our extensive intellectual property knowledge and experience to ensure that our clients’ creations are fully protected. Whether you need assistance in preparing and filing a US or international patent application, filing an application for a trademark registration, or simply exploring your legal options for IP protection, I am here to help.

Browse our website to learn more about my practice areas within the field of intellectual property, find out how I have helped other clients, and discover what I can do for you. Contact my Brentwood office to discuss your next steps.

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U.S. law recognizes that trademark dilution and trademark infringement are two separate and distinct violations. Th …

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Going Global: How to File Your US Patent Application for Overseas Markets

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Patents

In today’s competitive business landscape, you need to protect your intellectual property by patenting it in all relevant markets. When you choose to work with OspreyIP, we will provide in-depth advice and assistance at every step of the process.

Trademarks

Whether you currently hold trademarks or you are just starting to build your trademark portfolio, it’s important to work with an IP attorney with experience in domestic and international trademark procurement.

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