The Power of Trade Secrets
The Information, formula, pattern, or technique you use to get a certain result you do not want otters to obtain or duplicate is considered a trade secret. Trade secrets are often necessary. In most cases they are used to hold a monopoly over a certain area of expertise in production. Trade secrets can protect a process of development under contracts and allow a certain market to thrive as the sole holder for indefinite years if done right. Greenberg & Lieberman can help you keep your discretion with a trade secret today.
Trade Secrets are often seen in larger companies who have been around for decades and more. They are the big name brands that have done so well with branding their intellectual property by copyright, patent, trademark and most importantly trade secret. These businesses have been able to monopolize their version of a specific item that any item of that category is referred to by their widely recognized brand name rather than the item itself. Some examples of these are such as facial tissues or carbonated beverages. This can be done with the help from the right IP attorney.
Protecting Your trade Secrets
The idea behind trade secrets is to create contracts. The IP Attorneys at Greenberg & Lieberman can help you with this process from start to finish. They will help you generate your contracts and even help guide you on how to monitor a breach of contract, which will prevent those who need to work with the secret from revealing the secret and to make those persons pay for the long term damage if they do happen to reveal the secret.
Your individual right to ideate, create and execute change is something no one can take away. Make sure you are protecting these through Copyright, patent, trademarks and trade secrets so you can make a difference in the world. Let Greenberg & Lieberman help you cover all of your work today.
Greenberg & Lieberman, LLC are Intellectual Property Lawyers for decades and are recognized across the United States and Internationally as one of the leading litigators of Intellectual Property Law. Contact us today if you have questions about your IP Rights or believe your intellectual property rights have been infringed.