Transactional

Bishop Diehl & Lee understands that your intellectual property may be your business’s biggest asset, making it of utmost value to your operations. Whether you need help with licensing, you are interested in portfolio management, or need help with non-disclosures and confidentiality agreements, our intellectual property attorneys can offer you and your business the skills and expertise necessary to help with your pre- and post- transactional needs.

I. Licensing

Licensing your intellectual property not only can help to create new markets for your business, but it can also help to expand current markets with minimal risk, helping to improve your business and increase your profitability.

From assessing your business’s assets, to developing an ideal strategy, to drafting the necessary agreements, our intellectual property attorneys will ensure that you are protected, effectively and efficiently representing your business with drafting and negotiation your intellectual property licensing agreements.

II. Non-Disclosure/Confidentiality Agreement

Protecting your business and its confidential information, such as trade secrets, patents, and other intellectual properties, are extremely important, which is why you should have non-disclosures and confidentiality agreements in place, preventing disclosure of confidential information with other parties.

It is highly important that before you file your patent application that you have an intellectual property attorney draw up these written agreements, protecting your intellectual property, especially from other parties that may want to exploit or steal your invention or ideas.

III. Portfolio Management

The attorneys at Bishop Diehl & Lee understand the importance of managing and protecting your intellectual property portfolio. With our years of experience and expertise in handling and protecting all aspects of intellectual property law, including trademarks, patents, copyrights, and trade secrets, we have the tools and strategies necessary to protect your IP portfolio. 
 
From taking the time to understand your unique business needs, to ensuring your valuable assets are protected, our full service intellectual property law firm is dedicated to helping you with your IP portfolio management needs.

IV. Intellectual Property Due Diligence

The intellectual property attorneys understand the importance of handling corporate intellectual property due diligence, especially when it comes to determining the validity of patents, examining licensing agreements, as well as identify competitors and their patents.

With our experienced and skilled intellectual property attorneys, we can help to assist you with your intellectual property due diligence needs by advising you on licensing options, help you better understand proposed transactions, as well as review the exclusivity of patents in the marketplace.

To learn more about our full service intellectual property law firm, and to see how we can help with your intellectual property transactional needs, contact Bishop Diehl & Lee today.