Intellectual property is a creation of the mind and is intangible, such as art and literature, designs and symbols, business names, and inventions. The creator has rights to their intellectual property, and they may choose to protect these rights using intellectual property laws.
Brealant is an accomplished IP services firm that focuses on intellectual property, with expertise in trademark and patent registration. The services we offer since our founding in 2002 have helped companies and individuals with the registration and management of all aspects of Intellectual Property.
|Patents give you the exclusive ability to stop other people from producing, using, or selling your inventions. Inventions can include innovative processes, machines, technology, products, and innovations made to existing inventions.||Trademarks protect your original combination of letters, words, sounds, or designs that characterize your business’s goods or services from others’ goods or services in the market. Over time, these trademarks may come to represent your business’ brand and reputation, as well.||A copyright gives you the exclusive right to produce or reproduce your work or a significant part of it, in any form. This work can include excerpts from speeches to miniature reproductions of statues. It protects literary, artistic, dramatic and musical works and other subject matter performed by the creator.|
Unlike other companies where you’re just a number, with The Trademark Company you have a dedicated, knowledgeable Account Manager to answer all of your questions and guide your trademark through to registration.
Our systems make assembling even the most complex of legal documents quick and easy. Just answer a few simple questions and we’ll take care of the rest!
And unlike services that charge by the hour and can cost an arm and a leg, our flat-fee services have upfront pricing to keep you within your legal budget.
As a small business owner, it’s important that you recognize and protect the intellectual property in your company to avoid jeopardizing your business interests. If you value your intellectual property, implementing the right precautions can help you retain ownership of your creations.