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Commercialization of IP is about bringing your idea from concept to market and creating money. In order to ensure that you are maximizing your earning potential, you must consider the research and development phase of the process and have a clear understanding of who owns the IP and who stands to benefit from it. During this initial phase, the ownership of the IP is often forgotten and budgets are spent on the creation of the idea and not the protection of it. This is particularly true of startup companies and projects consisting of researchers, specialists, and outsourced contractors. Once the product launches and money is pouring in, it is often too late to fix any issues with ownership of the IP. Ensuring that proper protections and ownership are in place is vital to maximize the earning potential of your idea.

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Copyrights

A copyright relates to artistic creations such as, music, books, sound recordings, films, paintings, photographs, and computer…

Patents

We provide complete patent services that help create and protect the inventions that shape our world. Our depth of experience…

Trade Secrets

Your business probably has information that, if put in the hands of a competitor, could materially harm your company…

Trademarks

In an increasingly competitive world, establishing and maintaining a strong brand identity is more important than ever…

IP Strategy

Understanding how IP assets can best be created, protected and utilized to produce a competitive advantage is a key aspect of our IP Strategy offering…

IP Portfolio Management

Stanton IP Law Firm, P.A. can help your business apply the same rigor and quality of thought to the building, maintenance, and leveraging…

Commercialization of IP

Commercialization of IP is about bringing your idea from concept to market and creating money. In order to ensure that you are maximizing…

IP Litigation

IP litigation is often complex, lengthy, and expensive.  These cases involve intricate legal principals and require an in-depth understanding of the…

“Everything that can be invented has been invented.”

~ By Charles H. Duell, the Commissioner of US patent office in 1899.


Let us help you continue to prove this statement wrong and show Mr. Duell that every idea matters and there is no shortage of ideas in this world, not in 1899, not today and certainly not tomorrow.