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Web-Based Protection for Trademarks

Protecting Intellectual Property online presents complex, interrelated issues for companies developing technologies as well as for those using them. CARR trademark lawyers provide clients with extensive expertise in Web-related trademark disputes involving domain names, linking, metatags and cyber-squatting as well as protection of the related Intellectual Property.

Our trademark attorneys assist clients with protection of their Intellectual Property in online mediums. Our web-based trademark services include:

  • Domain Name Dispute Resolution
  • Software Licensing & Distribution
  • Web Page Development & Hosting
  • Infringement Litigation
  • Copyright Protection
  • Patent Protection

Beyond protecting and enforcing a company's brand rights online, CARR recognizes the need to protect associated trade secrets, copyrights and patents in a coordinated effort. The firm is quite familiar with the many nuances of technology-driven needs and issues.

The emergence of wireless and Web-enabled products and services provides an opportunity to apply all forms of Intellectual Property. CARR first focuses on identifying the functional versus nonfunctional aspects of a Web page to help clients secure the correct form of Intellectual Property protection. We apply a thorough technical understanding to coordinate application of all forms of Intellectual Property, as may be appropriate and desirable.

For more information concerning application of Intellectual Property in Web-based situations, please review a recent article by the firm, entitled "Wireless Applications Require a Comprehensive IP Protection Plan."

Contact a CARR trademark lawyer today.

CARR Intellectual Property attorneys serve clients throughout Texas, the United States, and the world. We counsel inventors and businesses in Dallas, Fort Worth, Austin, Plano, Richardson, Frisco, Marshall and other cities in Texas. Our attorneys also serve many international clients, including companies in Hong Kong, Taiwan, United Kingdom, Canada, and Israel.

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