Brie A. Crawford focuses her practice in the areas of Intellectual Property and... more
Brie A. Crawford focuses her practice in the areas of Intellectual Property and Entertainment Law. These areas of practice include patents, copyrights, trademarks and trade secrets. She counsels clients regarding their Intellectual Property rights both domestically and abroad and utilizes local foreign counsel when appropriate. Her practice also focuses on drafting agreements to secure Inte... view profile
Stephen Lott is an intellectual property attorney whose practice is primarily... more
Stephen Lott is an intellectual property attorney whose practice is primarily devoted to trademark and copyright law. He specializes in trademark clearance and prosecution, and has represented clients in intellectual property litigation in federal and state courts, as well as in proceedings before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office’s Trademark Trial and Appeal Board. In his spare time, he is ... view profile
Priya Sinha Cloutier focuses her practice on the procurement and enforcement of... more
Priya Sinha Cloutier focuses her practice on the procurement and enforcement of domestic and international patents, trademarks and copyrights. Her experience includes various technical areas such as aerospace, hybrid and electrical engines, architecture and construction, medical devices, agriculture, food, and energy systems. Priya devotes much of her time to managing and coordinating gl... view profile
David Roberts practiced architecture for nearly 17 years before entering law... more
David Roberts practiced architecture for nearly 17 years before entering law practice. This technical background is of practical value in the resolution of construction disputes. The architectural background is also useful in addressing the complexities of architectural copyrights under the Copyright Act and the Architectural Works Copyright Protection Act.
An attorney with more than twenty-eight years’ experience in domestic and... more
An attorney with more than twenty-eight years’ experience in domestic and international trademark, copyright, licensing, unfair competition, anti-counterfeiting and mass media law, with a broad legal background, including active practice before state and federal administrative agencies, United States District Courts, United States Courts of Appeals, and the Supreme Court of the United States.
When you work hard to create unique ideas—whether they are in the form of a song or software code—a copyright prosecution attorney can help you protect them (and maybe even earn money from them) by copyrighting your material. Copyright application attorneys know the process involved in creating a new copyright and can advise you about the need for notice of your copyright claim and what form to use, and whether you should formally register your copyright. Copyright is the best protection your unique ideas can get and it pays to be thorough.