Review: “I hired Karl to assist with resolving trademark dispute over similar software products. Karl instantly responded to my phone call, reviewed the issue and recommended specific strategy considering for dealing with the issu...
Practice areas & skills: Licensing, Intellectual Property, Internet, Trademark Application, Trademark Infringement
Steven H. Schram ("Steve") is Co-President of Shapiro, Lifschitz & Schram and serves as the firm's managing principal. Steve's broad range of seasoned experience in finance and accounting sets him apart from other attorneys in his field. His dec...
Practice areas & skills: Licensing, Real Estate, Mergers & Acquisitions, Business, Tax
Review: “Ahmad is a wonderful attorney who performs at the highest level. His competence, integrity and responsiveness are off the charts. I recommend him enthusiastically without reservation.”
Practice areas & skills: Licensing, Litigation, Trademark Infringement, Employment & Labor, Intellectual Property
Dirk Thomas is the Managing Principal of McKool Smith’s Washington, DC office. Prior to joining McKool Smith, he was co-chair of Dewey & LeBoeuf’s Intellectual Property Litigation Group. Mr. Thomas’ practice focuses on intellectual property liti...
Practice areas & skills: Licensing, Intellectual Property, Litigation, Advertising
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If you are a copyright, trademark, or patent owner and someone wants to use, for example, your artwork, trademarked slogan, or patented invention, you may benefit from the services of a licensing attorney. Licensing attorneys write contracts that protect your intellectual property rights. These agreements specify how someone may use your property and how much you will be paid for such use. For example, can they use it for one year or ten years? Can they use it only in Illinois or can they use it around the world? Can they share your property with others? A licensing lawyer can help you answer all of these questions. They can also specify the recourse available to you if someone violates the licensing agreement. Licensing attorneys know the words to use that will best protect your intellectual property.