At Cambridge Technology Law, we develop and manage U.S. and international trademarks and copyrights portfolios, including selection, clearance, registration, licensing, and enforcement.
We provide guidelines for selection and use of trademarks. We review and edit marketing and advertising material to ensure that these communications strengthen your marks instead of weaken them, and avoid infringement of marks of others.
We advise on copyright issues. We provide guidelines for creation and use of copyrighted materials. How do you ensure copyright in a work to obtain maximum protection against competitors? When do you register? Why and when should you archive revisions of works? What aspects of software are protected, and what can be reused by others? When does a license mean something other than what it says on its face? How can you research materials of others and produce a work that is not an infringement? How do you build in maximum protections to prevent copying?
We obtain copyright registrations and advise on DMCA and takedown processes.
We conduct publication clearance reviews and copyright releases.