Our practice extends to all areas of intellectual property law, from patents to Internet law. There are many legal safeguards for creative and innovative property:
- Patents protect novel and non-obvious technologies.
- Trademarks guarantee exclusive rights to words, symbols, sounds, slogans or other devices associated with an individual's or company's goods and services.
- Trade secret law is used to guard a company's confidential information, including formulae, processes, customer lists, marketing plans, etc.
- Copyrights protect the expression of ideas in all forms of media, including software, books, audio and visual recordings, and the fine arts.
- Licensing and other legal transactions cover the sale or transfer of defined rights under patents, trademarks, copyrights and other forms of intellectual property.
- Internet/Media law protections relate to the application of existing principles of intellectual property law to computer and Internet activities, as well as to the emergence of new legal principles applicable to such activities.
For representative patents prosecuted by Ganz Law, see
PCT Patents, and
Plant Patents, and
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