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  • Small Businesses: Are You Protecting Your Brand?

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    October 02, 2017
    It is increasingly important for small businesses today to remember to protect their brand. Small businesses, including those in the arts, food service, and retail industries are very vulnerable. The attorneys at Espinosa Martinez, P.L. can provide the necessary counsel to small businesses who are thinking about registering their trademarks, trade dress, copyrights, patents, and expanding into other cities and states. We also provide services for licensing brands, marks, and also for entering into joint ventures and partnerships. For example:
    • Is your logo patented and/or trademarked?
    • Have you done a name search nationally to see if other businesses are infringing upon your brand name?
    • Can products and services be patented?
    • Have you looked into protecting copyrights such as literary works, visual art, photography, software programs, sculpture, music, sound recordings, dramatic works, choreography, motion pictures, architectural designs or audio visual works?
    • Do you have a distinct trade dress that should be protected? Trade dress generally refers to characteristics of the visual appearance of a product or its packaging that signify the source of the product to consumers.
    • When does litigation become necessary to stop patent or copyright infringement?
    Keep your small business protected by talking with the patent and intellectual property attorneys at the Miami law firm of Espinosa Martinez P.L. For more information, call or email Richard Bec at: 305-854-0900, rbec@etlaw.com.
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