IP and Compliance Guiding Materials

Giselle Ayala Mateus, Esq.

Protect your IP. Basically, intellectual property is any product or work that resulted from original thought. IP assets are some of the most important assets of entrepreneurs, artists and businesses.

IP exists in the form of manuscripts, designs, artwork, your website content, blog posts and articles, inventions, business names, product names, online programs or courses, or other original confidential information that benefits your business.

This is why we created these guiding materials, to help you protect your IP. Once you are ready call us to start!

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Trademarks and Copyright for Photographers

Photographers live from their art. Accordingly, understanding how to protect it properly is crucial to building a successful career. This guide is designed to lay a foundation about trademark and copyright basics. If you have follow-up questions, feel free to reach out on Instagram (@GAMLawOffice) or on Youtube. I will be more than happy to answer your questions!

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The Legal Protection of Ideas and Creativity

The Internet made content more available for everyone, but it also created a new challenge for creators the proper protection of their ideas and creativity, which could be easily copied if no measure are taken. In this presentation we share the legal concepts that will help you protect your ideas and your creativity against unlawful actions. 

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