Whether you are starting or expanding your business, having an attorney by your side will ensure you have the knowledge you need for business success.
At Purple Fox Legal, we aim to solve the most pressing issues business owners face while simultaneously providing value and insights to secure long-term growth. Operating a business means investing a lot of time, money, and additional resources into growing companies. However, hiring an attorney on day zero is one of the best ways to ensure your business thrives from the beginning. The sooner you contact us, the more we can do for your business.
Choosing a strong trademark to represent your brand is one of the most crucial steps in starting any business. A trademark can be anything that identifies the source of a good or service, including a word, logo, color, sound, or combination of these. At Purple Fox Legal, we can conduct a trademark clearance search to prevent selection of a trademark that infringes on others' rights. We will walk you through the entire trademark registration process, from submitting your application to receiving your trademark registration certificate.
Copyright law protects creative works such as songs, films, photos, drawings, and more. As soon as an original idea is fixed in a tangible format, a copyright is created. While not required, it is recommended that you register your copyrights. Registration grants the creator a number of benefits and special remedies under the Copyright Act. However, it's important to note that the value of a copyright is correlated to the creator's ability and willingness to enforce it. If you believe another creative work is infringing on your registered copyright, we can enforce your rights.
The unauthorized use of a person's (living or deceased) right of publicity may result in significant consequences. The right of publicity, often called NIL by media outlets, is a distinct type of intellectual property that we can help you with. This right prohibits the unauthorized, commercial use of an individual's name, image, likeness, voice, signature, mannerisms, or any other unequivocal identifying features. It's important for individuals and businesses to consider implications related to publicity law before creating advertisements or working with influencers.