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Copyrights & Trade Secrets

Copyrights & Trade Secrets | Scully Scott Murphy & Presser PC

We have great respect for creative expression. For many of our clients, their creative expression is their livelihood. Our Copyrights & Trade Secrets practice group is dedicated to providing protection for literary and artistic accomplishments, advising in matters of registration, licensing and transfer of music, photographs, jewelry, artwork and script properties. Where a client finds it necessary to enforce its copyrights or defend claims of copyright infringement by others, we provide the litigation and negotiation skills needed to obtain the most cost effective solution.

New York Copyright Lawyer

SSMP advises clients throughout all phases of registration and enforcement. We have extensive experience conducting searches of the registry and preparing of registrations. Our team also represents clients in opposition and cancellation proceedings, and copyright litigation if necessary. We have a well-earned reputation for helping our clients protect their copyright and trade secrets rights in the U.S. and worldwide.

At times there is an advantage in securing certain innovations as trade secrets rather than seeking patent protection. For instance, proprietary information may not be patentable subject matter, or the client may not wish to disclose the information to the public. Under such circumstances, we will counsel our clients on the appropriate legal measures for this alternative approach to protecting trade secrets and confidential know-how.

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For over 45 years, we have provided copyright and trade strategies to clients throughout Long Island, New York, and Connecticut and across the globe. Call our office or complete the contact form on our website to set up a no-cost consultation.

Scully Scott Murphy & Presser PC proudly serves all areas of New York and Long Island, including Nassau County and Suffolk County.

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