Intellectual Property Litigation Attorney in Georgia
Intellectual Property Licensing and Litigation
After your intellectual property has been officially issued a patent from the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), you may wonder, “How can I now make a profit off my invention?”
The answer to this question involves marketing and licensing your creative work, both of which Georgia intellectual property licensing lawyer J.T. Hollin can assist you with regarding your own patented invention.
Often, inventors collaborate with existing companies in order to market their inventions and mass produce them for commercial use. This arrangement is made through a contract that will authorize the company to reproduce the product either exclusively or non-exclusively for sale in return for royalties of the revenue made off the product.
Although not common, inventors may take on the task of manufacturing their inventions themselves by creating businesses to produce their patented works and to market them.
Helping You License Your Creative Work
With more than 30 years of legal experience to draw upon, J.T. Hollin is committed to helping his clients protect their patented intellectual property and capitalize on it. He will help you:
- Determine if you should license your invention or manufacture it yourself
- Draft a contract licensing agreement with a manufacturer and/or distributor
- Create and/or assess a contract license agreement assigning your patented invention to a company
- Assist with marketing your invention to potential manufacturers
- Negotiate better agreements with a manufacturer or distributor
At Hollin Law Offices, we are ready to give you and your invention our full attention in order to help you market and manufacture your creative work. Contact us today with any questions regarding how we can assist you.
Protecting Your Invention
Unfortunately, you may run into trouble when you are marketing your invention to manufacturers and distributors. In order for you to describe your invention, you may run the risk of disclosing too much information and having your intellectual property stolen.
You can safeguard your invention by patenting it or using nondisclosure agreements.
If you suspect your patented invention has been infringed upon or that you are infringing upon an already patented product, J.T. Hollin will:
- Determine if you are the plaintiff or defendant
- Skillfully represent your case in federal district court
- Assess your legal rights for the upcoming infringement case
Note that infringement litigation can be a lengthy process, taking several years to conclude. J.T. Hollin will ensure your best interests are protected and make every effort to avoid costly litigation if it is possible to negotiate a favorable settlement with the other party.
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Have you patented your invention and would now like to capitalize on it? Call the Hollin Law Offices in Georgia today at 678-681-1578, or contact us online. Atlanta intellectual property litigation attorney J.T. Hollin can help you with product licensing agreements, as well as marketing your invention. We work with clients in northern Georgia and throughout the U.S.