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From the patenting of life forms and business methods, to the controversy over Napster, Intellectual Property (IP) has become one of the hottest areas in law.  In fact, many companies in the "new economy" are information-based, and as such, are increasingly reliant on IP capital to secure funding and to protect their business interests.  Changes like these have made patent issues increasingly important for both traditional high technology businesses, as well as for businesses in industries like financial services, which until recently, have had little exposure to patent protection concepts or the risks of patent litigation.  

At the same time, changes in the structure of the legal profession have caused a large number of traditional patent and trademark boutiques to disappear.  The high quality services which they formerly provided are increasingly available only from large general practice firms.  As a result of the decreasing supply of IP firms, and the increasing demand by companies in the new economy, many firms are now experience difficulties in obtaining senior-level patent counseling.  

In response, Goldman IP Law has formed to help firms of all sizes attain top-quality, senior-level Intellectual Property counseling services.  We'll work with your senior management team to establish strategies to protect the Intellectual Property assets of your company  --  before problems develop, not after.  And when litigation does occur, Goldman IP Law will manage and participate in the litigation to accomplish your business goals.  Best of all, our focus allows us to offer these services at highly competitive fees.

To learn more about why these services are important to your business, please see Why IP Counsel, or contact us at:

Goldman IP Law
990 Hammond Drive, Suite 990
Atlanta, GA  30328

Email:  info@goldmaniplaw.com
Phone:  770-393-0990
Fax:  770-901-9417


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