Intellectual Property Law Jobs

Intellectual Property Law is a form of business law aimed at protecting intangible assets such as corporate secrets, inventions, innovations, trademarks, and others. Intellectual Property Lawyers ensure that the creations of their clients do not get used by their competitors or anyone else without permission. They will often advise their clients on how to protect their goods by filing off patent applications, trademarks, and even copyright laws.

Customers who hire an Intellectual Property Lawyer will find that they can keep the credit for their goods protected and even register them in different ways based on the type of good. These Lawyers are able to make sure that the rights of their clients are kept secret and uphold the agreements made between them and any other parties with regards to said goods.

Here's some projects that our expert Intellectual Property Lawyers have made real:

  • Assisting clients in filing for patent applications
  • Advising on copyright law for digital products
  • Saving clients from malicious attempts to steal their intellectual property
  • Crafting intellectual property usage agreements for transfer of usage rights
  • Drafting responses to Patent Office regarding related issues
  • Consulting on ethical considerations when publishing apps/websites

By trusting our expert Intellectual Property Lawyers registered at Freelancer.com with your valuable assets, you can rest assured that your goods remain yours and no one else’s. Our Lawyers’ experience, knowledge, and savvy can make all the difference in keeping your creative works under lock and key. So why not post a project on Freelancer.com today, hire an Intellectual Property Lawyer, and let us help you protect your assets?

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    I am in need of a seasoned EU trademark attorney/legal professional with experience in resolving trademark issues to represent me before the EUIPO. I have encountered a provisional refusal of my trademark application, due to non-compliance with Article 33(2) of the EUTMR. You must have experience of representing third parties before the Office (Articles 119(2) and 120(1) EUTMR). Protection of the international registration for the European Union will be refused in part if I do not appoint a representative within the next 3 weeks (my time limit). KEY TASKS as follows: - Thoroughly examine the grounds given for provisional refusal provided by the EUIPO (highlighted on pages 8 and 9 of the attached PDF). - Identify the terms used for the specific goods and services that the EUIPO state &quo...

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