Intellectual Property Law

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Patent Law

Through years of experience, our team has developed a multipoint approach to patent application and enforcement. This approach helps ensure the most robust protection available for the inventor, which enables sustainable revenue and growth.

Trademark Law

Failing to properly protect your intellectual property can help other people make a lot of money off your hard work and ideas. Let the experts at Verna Law conduct a review of your business’ intellectual property assets and liabilities to ensure you have the protection you deserve.

Advertising and Promotion Law

One regulatory investigation into an unfounded medical claim can be enough to sink a growing company. Run afoul of Facebook’s Terms of Service during an ill-planned promotion and the audience you’ve spent years cultivating can be ripped away from you forever.

Copyright Law

A Copyright is best described as a set of rights granted by the government for the expressions of ideas or information.Quite literally, it is the set of rights the owner has to allow copies of the expression to be made.

Domain Name Disputes

Maybe you are a domain name owner involved in a domain name dispute with an overzealous trademark holder. Maybe you’re a trademark owner who is the victim of abusive domain name registration.

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The Law & Business Podcast

Using Intellectual Property protections and sound advice to grow your business.
Trademark Infringement

Video Blog 16: Good Judges Look for Settlements in Intellectual Property Litigation

Here at Verna Law, we have cases in several districts, in the federal courts. Southern District of New YorkNorthern District of New YorkDistrict of New Jersey; and the Central District of California. One of the defining aspects of different districts in federal court...
Anthony Verna Video Blog 14: Celebrities with Trademarks do not Have Superior Rights than You

Video Blog 15: An introduction to the Telephone Consumer Protection Act

The Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991 (TCPA) was passed by the United States Congress in 1991 and signed into law by President George H. W. Bush as Public Law 102-243. It amended the Communications Act of 1934. The TCPA is codified as 47 U.S.C. § 227. The TCPA...
Anthony Verna Video Blog 14: Celebrities with Trademarks do not Have Superior Rights than You

Video Blog 14: Celebrities with Trademarks do not Have Superior Rights than You

Recently, I've had a lot of people send me emails. They're asking about celebrities and trademarks. Why? Well, Tom Brady filed for something called TOM TERRIFIC, although I think that nobody calls him that. And, recently, LeBron James filed for TACO TUESDAY in...
Video Blog 13: YouTube's Copyright Reporting: Weaponized?

Video Blog 13: YouTube’s Copyright Reporting: Weaponized?

Many people have had conversations with me about YouTube's copyright infringement reporting system. I've seen online discussions on Reddit, also, about the system. Bottom line: If you have any videos wrongly removed for infringement, appeal. But have a professional...

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