We are pleased to announce the launch of our new intellectual property (IP) blog, which will provide news and updates relating to IP Law. Our blog will touch on a number of topics, including but not limited to patents, trademarks, and copyrights. It will help guide you and your company through IP law concepts and the complexities often associated with this area of the law.
Our experienced IP attorneys have worked with businesses in high tech industries across the board from computers to telecommunications and everything in between. Whether you are launching a new product or service and need protection from third party interference or seeking a patent, attorneys at Maldjian Law Group LLC bring experience to the table that is invaluable to your company’s IP assets. Our law firm is dedicated to helpings our clients harvest, procure, and protect their IP assets, and this IP blog will serve as an invaluable resource for those looking for some initial general guidance.
For our clients, our years of experience and knowledge gives them much more than protecting a concept or an idea, but assurance we are looking to protect their core services and their ability for long-term asset growth.
Intellectual Property Law Firm
Maldjian Law Group LLC has offices located in Tinton Falls, New Jersey. To speak with an experienced patent, trademark and copyright attorney today, contact us at (732) 889-1500, Ext. 5 to schedule an initial consultation.
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