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Denver Intellectual Property Attorneys & Lawyers

Joshua Garber Intellectual Property Lawyer for Denver, CO

146 reviews

Seth Wiener Intellectual Property Lawyer for Denver, CO

415 reviews

Jeffrey Nunes Intellectual Property Lawyer for Denver, CO

Sarah Steinpfad Intellectual Property Lawyer for Denver, CO

Alexander Popescu Intellectual Property Lawyer for Denver, CO

4 reviews

Jonathan Mason Intellectual Property Lawyer for Denver, CO

Richard Greenberg Intellectual Property Lawyer for Denver, CO

2 reviews

Ugo Nwadike Intellectual Property Lawyer for Denver, CO

Diane Downs Intellectual Property Lawyer for Denver, CO

2 reviews

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Our Denver intellectual property attorneys & lawyers can help you secure and protect your company-s intellectual property. Whether you are an entrepreneur, artist, author, engineer, manager, or individual - the IP attorneys on UpCounsel have you covered.

There are four common areas of intellectual property, which all protect different things such as: copyrights, trademarks, patents, and trade secrets. Additionally, licensing is a popular enough specialization of IP that warrants mentioning.

Our Denver IP attorneys that specialize in licensing can help you draft contracts that grant permission to another party to do something with an otherwise protected work or product. A license can grant the right to reproduce the work by: distributed copy of the work to others by rental, sale, or lease, or preparing derivative works using protected expression from the original work, and/or displaying the work.

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