Intellectual Property

Your most valuable business property may be a trademark, tradename or computer program; a manufacturing process or customer list; a chemical formula or the personal contacts of your sales force. Such assets are not tangible but they are real. This property is intellectual property. You should make an inventory of such property and take appropriate steps to protect it. These steps might include:

Carlile Patchen & Murphy can help you with the identification and protection of your intellectual property through our own attorneys and staff and our associate patent counsel.