Your competitors will try and dull your competitive edge. That's why it is so important to protect your business's intellectual property to the fullest extent of the law. Copyrights, trademarks, patents, contracts, trade secret agreements... all of these can help you strengthen your business. In fact, many businesses will fail due solely to overlooking the importance of intellectual propery protection. That's why attorney Wheelock is here - to help your business succeed.
Attorney Wheelock has over 15 years of experience dealing with intellectual property and general law. He has worked for big businesses, small businesses, and individuals. Whatever you need he can help. His patent grant rate is over 97%.
Before he became a lawyer, attorney Wheelock was a world-class scientist. He obtained a Ph.D from Tulane university in inorganic chemestry and performed research for many years. Much of his work led to new patents. He is listed in Who's Who.
Attorney Wheelock offers a free one-hour initial consultation. No catches. No bull. Whether you need creativity protection, contracts, or information on how to best protect your new business, he is the one to see.
A patent grants you the ability to control who makes and sells an invention. Patents are perhaps the most lucrative form of intellectual property - but they are hard to obtain independently. Your invention must be novel and non-obvious. Convincing the U.S. Patent Office of this can be a daunting task. Attorney Wheelock knows the ins and outs of this complicated process and can help. If you have an idea for an invention, click here to learn more.
Not everything creative can be copyrighted or patented. You may have a trade secret or confidential information that needs to stay private. Or you might need to draw up a contract to license some of your intellectual property. Maybe you just need a written agreement that will hold up in court. Whatever your business needs, attorney Wheelock has the experience to help. Click here to learn about contract and business services.
Copyrights protect the expression of an idea. Whether you're writing a novel, painting a picture, composing a masterpiece, building a website, or writing software, your original work needs to be protected. Although easy to obtain, copyrights are much more complicated to leverage and use. Click here to learn more.
Trademarks protect your unique name and reputation. With a trademark you can prevent anyone else from masquerading as you and potentially harming your standing with your customers. They also help you establish a brand and an identity in the marketplace. Getting a trademark is one of the first steps in going to market. Click here to learn more.