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Safeguarding Your Interests

Intellectual property law protects creations such as inventions, literary and artistic works, and symbols. It covers patents, copyrights, trademarks, and trade secrets, helping individuals and businesses secure and enforce their rights. We guide clients through registration, licensing, and infringement issues to safeguard their innovations and brand identity.

In the modern world, intellectual property is simultaneously the most important and most difficult form of property to protect. But without proper legal counsel, obtaining protection, enforcing rights, and avoiding the violation of another’s rights can be a confusing and dangerous process.

Whether seeking protection or acquisition of a property, looking to maximize the value of a property, or looking to secure derivative or licensing rights to a property, Kashyap Partners & Associates LLP can help. Our team of experts are trained in the examination, protection, and registration of intellectual property of all types – from traditional intellectual property like copyrights, patents and trademarks to more specialised protections like trade secrets, designs and geographic indications.

We provide Intellectual Property Services solutions with the most qualified and best trained Intellectual Property lawyers, with licenses to practice in California, New York, New Jersey and India. We provide services in-person, through our offices in Delhi and Gurgaon and virtually, around the world. You can contact us any time through e-mail, phone, or WhatsApp.

Services

IP Protection

Copyright Registration,
Trademark Registration,
Licensing & Sale Agreements, Work For Hire, Compliances

IPR Agreements

Work For Hire & Collaboration Agreements,
Contracts for Audio-Visual Productions, Contracts for Music Production, Contracts for Literary Works, Non-Disclosure Agreements & Releases

IPR Dispute Support

Agreements & Releases;
IP, Royalties & Contract Dispute Support; Piracy Takedown Notices; Anti-Piracy Actions

Copyright Licensing

Secure your creative works and maximize their potential with our specialized Copyright Licensing services. Trust our legal expertise to navigate the intricate landscape of intellectual property rights, ensuring fair compensation and protection for your creations.

FAQ

How do I license my intellectual property?

To license your intellectual property (IP), you typically begin by determining the terms and conditions under which you're willing to grant others the right to use your IP. Then, you draft a licensing agreement outlining these terms, including the scope of the license, any restrictions, royalties or fees, and other relevant details. It's advisable to seek legal counsel to ensure the agreement aligns with your interests and complies with applicable laws. Once the agreement is finalized, both parties sign it, and you can then grant the licensee permission to use your IP according to the agreed-upon terms.

Do I need copyright protection for my creative work?

While copyright protection isn't legally required for your creative work, it's highly advisable. Copyright automatically applies to original works fixed in a tangible medium of expression, providing you with exclusive rights to reproduce, distribute, display, and perform your work. Registering your copyright with the relevant authority (e.g., the U.S. Copyright Office) offers additional benefits, including the ability to sue for statutory damages and attorney's fees in case of infringement. It's essential to protect your creative endeavors and assert your rights through copyright to prevent unauthorized use and ensure fair compensation for your work.

What is the difference between a trademark, patent, and copyright?

Trademarks protect symbols, names, or slogans used to identify goods or services in commerce, ensuring consumers can distinguish them from others. Patents grant inventors exclusive rights to their inventions, preventing others from making, using, or selling the patented invention without permission. Copyrights protect original works of authorship, such as literary, artistic, or musical creations, granting creators exclusive rights to reproduce, distribute, and display their works. Each form of intellectual property serves different purposes and requires distinct legal processes for protection.

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Intellectual Property

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