Your Intellectual Property Is Your Legacy

For many entrepreneurs, copyright may seem among the least of their worries as they start a new business or attempt to sell a new idea. Unfortunately, this can be detrimental in the long run, especially if the concept becomes globally recognized. In order to maximize your chances on success in copyright litigation, according to Dr. Dariush Adli, a world-renowned expert in trademark and copyright law, all entrepreneurs should register their works to protect their intellectual property as well as their future finances. This is one reason why Dr. Adli founded the highly successful ADLI Law Group, P.C. – to provide creative businesspeople with the services of truly knowledgeable and skilled trademark, patent, trade secret and copyright lawyer.

Although the United States offers substantial protection for intellectual property, including patents and copyrights, other countries do not have the same types of intellectual property law as the U.S, and therefore may not use or recognize the legitimacy of US-based copyright in their countries. Although a burgeoning entrepreneur or creative may not aim, at first, for their idea or product to move into the global market, a catchy song or a well-written book may quickly go “viral,” and spread all over the world. Copyrights, patents, and trademarks – the registered logos that enable artists and businesspeople to brand their material – all help creative professionals ensure that their intellectual legacy belongs to them, and will not be stolen. At the ADLI Law Group, our skilled attorneys can help you with your intellectual property issues, from filing with a trademark attorney, to taking copyright infringers to court when necessary.

ADLI Law Group has offices in Los Angeles, Glendale, Dallas, London, Taipei, and Tokyo. Our skilled team of international patent, copyright, and trademark lawyer will help you with the full range of issues concerning your intellectual property.