As a business formation and litigation firm, we handle intellectual property cases for our clients. Unfortunately, people sometimes try to benefit from the work of others. If you have been victimized, we can hold the guilty party accountable and get you the compensation you deserve.
On the other side of the coin, innocent people are sometimes accused of intellectual property theft, and we can provide representation if you are in this position.
When product and process innovations are established, the developers’ rights are ensured under the Patent Act that was enacted in 1952. In some cases, multiple years and millions of dollars are spent by companies and individual inventors that actualize groundbreaking ideas.
If you would like to register a patent, we have a thorough understanding of the legal steps that must be taken. We also advocate for clients that are involved in patent disputes on both sides.
Writers and artists can copyright their work, and this gives them the exclusive right to market their wares. There have always been copyright infringement cases, but technology has made it easier for intellectual property thieves to take what they do not own.
This area is the epicenter of the American music and film industries. Clearly, there are countless creative professionals that reside in the greater Los Angeles area, and they are vulnerable to copyright infringement.
Our firm can be called upon to help you copyright your work, and if litigation is necessary, we can provide the legal support you need.
Another type of civil intellectual property case is a violation of trademark laws. They apply to logos, catchphrases, and names. Intentional trademark violations are not entirely uncommon, and there are unintentional instances of trademark infringement.
Our attorneys represent trademark infringement plaintiffs, and we also represent people that have been accused of trademark violations.
A trade secret is information that has value because of its confidential nature. Trade secrets were originally protected under the Economic Espionage Act of 1996, and it was amended by the Defend Trade Secrets Act of 2016.
If you are embroiled in a trade secret dispute, our firm can be engaged to provide the necessary representation.
Contact Ovando Bowen Today!
You reached this page because you are looking for a Santa Ana, CA intellectual property lawyer, and you are making the ideal connection. We will make a forceful case on your behalf, and we will always be available to represent you in the future if and when it becomes necessary.
If you would like to set up a consultation, you can set the wheels in motion if you give us a call at 949-490-4884.