The Concept Law Group is a full-service intellectual property law firm. The firm assists clients in every aspect of intellectual-property law, from the filing of Patent, Trademark, and Copyright applications, to representation in litigation matters. Each of its attorneys holds an engineering degree, is registered with the United States Patent and Trademark Office, and would be happy to speak to you about your matter.
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In a world economy that is becoming more competitive every minute, the intellectual property assets of companies and individuals have never been so valuable. The attorneys at The Concept Law Group will sit with you and determine every part of your business that can be protected. We will go to great lengths to ensure you understand what you and your business need, the value and result of each type of intellectual property protection, and cost associated therewith.
If your assets are being misappropriated by others, we have the experience and capability to exert your rights to the fullest extent the law allows. This can include injunctions stopping infringers from further use, damages that include the infringer’s profits from their infringement, your lost profits, royalty payments owed to you, attorneys’ fees, and costs of the action.
Choosing a patent attorney is an important decision and The Concept Law Group has extensive experience in all aspects of securing patent protection in the areas ranging from simple mechanical devices to highly engineered and complex software and electrical-related patents, and everything in between.
We advise individuals, universities, and small and large companies alike with respect to patentability, freedom to operate, drafting provisional and non-provisional utility or design patent applications, foreign filing a patent application, initiating and conducting reexamination/post-grant review proceedings, and enforcing the rights of any patent holders through thoughtful, cost-effective, and intelligent litigation strategies.
Our attorneys have many years of experience offering sound and cost-effective advice with regard to protection of trademarks, service marks, and certification marks.
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We represent individuals, small-to-medium size businesses, as well as large international corporations.
Our attorneys have considerable experience in all aspects of the law, both domestic and internationally, relating to the protection of literary, dramatic, musical, and artistic works, such as poetry, novels, movies, jewelry designs, songs, computer software, and architecture.
We advise on every aspect of copyrights, including searches for registered rights throughout the world, particularly in the United States, Europe, and the United Kingdom.
In Florida, identification of a trade secret and enforcement regarding the misappropriation of the same is regulated by Chapter 688 of the Florida Statutes. A trade secret is any information, including a formula, pattern, compilation, program, device, method, technique, or process that:
(1) derives independent economic value, actual or potential, from not being generally known or not being readily ascertainable by proper means by, other persons who can obtain economic value from its disclosure or use and
(2) is the subject of efforts that are reasonable under the circumstances to maintain its secrecy. Examples of trade secrets are a chemical formula, a manufacturing process, a “magic-type” secret (such as techniques used to produce laser light shows and fireworks), and a recipe. Because these types of information and know-how go to the very heart of a business’s competitive position, businesses expend a great deal of time, energy, and money to guard their trade secrets. See our FAQ page for even more information.
Domain names represent a crucial extension of trademark rights and The Concept Law Group is ready to assist you with selecting and registering your domain name. In addition, we are ready to assist you in enforcing any possible trademark rights against illegitimate or potentially conflicting domain names when appropriate.
Disputes over online usage of trademarks are frequent, especially on domain name entitlement, as domain names are granted on a first come, first serve basis. At The Concept Law Group, our attorneys are experienced in handling such disputes and in particular in filing complaints with the appropriate authorities.
For many companies today, one their most valuable assets is their intellectual property (IP). Sometimes, however, a company or person is not able, or does not qualify, for governmental protections, such as a U.S. patent or a federal trademark. As such, those owners of IP must take appropriate steps to protect the value of this asset as they would any physical asset, yet must also utilize it to its full potential.
The Concept Law Group provides sound, cost-effective advice to our clients in protecting their IP without necessarily having those governmental protections in place. We can assist with drafting and enforcing non-disclosure agreements (confidentiality agreements), distribution agreements, licensing agreements, covenants-not-to-compete (non-competition agreements), consulting and professional services agreements, Internet and web site agreements, outsourcing agreements, and assignment agreements.
The Concept Law Group obtained an award of $358,905 in attorneys’ fees in June 2014 for its client after pursuing claims of patent infringement against the client’s direct competitor. (Case 0:12-cv-60545-WPD)See More Achievements
Combining our experience with your technology and creativity produces world class protection for and enforceability of your intellectual property. If you can think of it, we can protect it.