Patrick Soon focuses his practice on intellectual property law and related... more
Patrick Soon focuses his practice on intellectual property law and related litigation. He is experienced in assisting clients with their trademark portfolios including counseling on trademark availability, selection, enforcement, and handling all aspects of trademark prosecution including resolving inter-parties proceedings before the U.S. Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB). In addition t... view profile
ScottBaskin, is a partner with Irell Manella LLP, is a resident of the firms Newport... more
ScottBaskin, is a partner with Irell Manella LLP, is a resident of the firms Newport Beach office. He has concentrated his practice on intellectual property, technology, and real estate disputes. For example, Mr.Baskin acted as lead counsel in a $200 million computer hardware and software dispute, representing defendants alleged to have engaged in fraud, breach of contract, and other misconduct... view profile
Eric Goodman is the managing partner of the Goodman Mooney, a firm specializing in... more
Eric Goodman is the managing partner of the Goodman Mooney, a firm specializing in intellectual property law and related business matters. A business entrepreneur as well as an intellectual property attorney, Eric has extensive experience in the fields of information technologies and brand protection. Eric is a California native and grew up Orange County. He attended Pepperdine Universit... view profile
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.