Protecting Your Company’s Intellectual Property Rights
Tangible property is not always a company’s greatest asset. In many cases, and particularly within the entertainment industry, a firm’s copyrights, trademarks, and trade secrets carry substantial value. It is crucial for a business to secure its intellectual property in order to deter infringers, preserve its distinctive brands, and maintain its competitive advantage. At Johnson & Johnson, LLP, our capable legal team helps entrepreneurs, small businesses, and large corporations alike protect their intellectual property rights and resolve infringement disputes.
Decades Of Experience Within The Entertainment Industry
At Johnson & Johnson, we understand the intricacies of the entertainment industry and its use of intellectual propety. Founding partners Neville and Douglas Johnson serve as adjunct professors teaching entertainment and media law and are leading voices within this field. In addition to our decades of intellectual property litigation experience, our firm serves as general counsel for WorldStarHipHop, one of the largest entertainment websites in the country, addressing all the company’s intellectual property and media law needs.
Our firm regularly represents media companies, artists, musicians, performers, and others to secure their necessary trademarks and copyrights. We thoroughly audit our clients’ holdings to ensure that all property is protected, safeguarding their financial best interests.
Speak With A Team Of Skilled Litigators
Intellectual property infringement occurs on a regular basis. When it does, it is important to partner with an experienced team of attorneys who can quickly resolve the issue. We are skilled negotiators and accomplished litigators. We can efficiently and effectively resolve your intellectual property disputes to protect your business, reputation, and market position.
Call our Beverly Hills office at (310) 975-1080 to discuss your intellectual property needs, or contact Johnson & Johnson, LLP online to set up a consultation.