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Intellectual Property Protection Attorney Serving Clients In Hillsborough And Pinellas Counties

Your ideas and trade secrets are valuable commodities that deserve protection so that you can profit from them and protect your operations. Letting others into the fold, even those you work with and trust, is always a risk, and yet it cannot always be avoided. If your intellectual property (IP) has been compromised or stolen, attorney Craig Berman can help you recoup your losses.

Trade Secrets

Almost all companies hold what are considered trade secrets, or important information that could aid competitors if it is leaked to the wrong parties. These can include customer lists, invoice information, product specifications, designs, models or any other sensitive assets. Something is not considered a trade secret if it is easily available to persons outside of the company. These assets are protected by the Florida Uniform Trade Secrets Act (FUTSA), and misappropriation is punishable by law.

Nondisclosure Agreements

Most trade secrets are protected under nondisclosure agreements, but that doesn’t always prevent them from getting into the wrong hands. However, if someone did sign a nondisclosure agreement and profited from your IP by means of sale, publishing or personal use, proving their wrongdoing will be much easier to do.

Get The Representation You Deserve

Your original ideas, creations, processes and other commercial assets belong to you. Though it may seem overwhelming to pursue justice in an IP case, you owe it to yourself to do everything you can to protect what is legally yours. Attorney Berman has over 25 years of experience helping his clients protect their intellectual articles, and he will help you do the same.

Berman Law Firm, P.A., helps clients in Tampa and St. Petersburg protect their intellectual assets through IP law. Contact the established firm at 727-547-3316 to schedule a free consultation with an effective attorney today.