When you create something by applying your intellect and creativity, you have generated intellectual property, and the law protects various rights you have in your creation. Even if you have not registered a trademark, copyright, or patent, you may have significant and valuable intellectual property rights. Indeed, in today’s global, information-driven economy, intellectual property is often the most valuable commodity a professional or business may own. Because of this, businesses – and particularly, businesses that buy and sell goods – are often wrongly accused of violating the intellectual property rights of others.
Mr. Torrez has worked closely with creators, innovators, and artists to secure and protect their full intellectual property rights under the law. In addition, Mr. Torrez has experience in litigating intellectual property cases such as:
- trademark infringement
- copyright infringement
- misappropriation of trade secrets
- licensing agreements
- online “cybersquatting” of trademarks and copyrights
- ICANN domain name arbitration
Mr. Torrez has vigorously defended his clients against statutory copyright claims; see, e.g., Metal Morphosis, Inc. v. Acorn Media Publishing, Inc., 639 F.Supp.2d 1367 (N.D. Ga. 2009).
For more information about how Mr. Torrez can assist you with your intellectual property disputes, please contact the Law Offices of P. Andrew Torrez at (240) 230-7309 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.