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Copyrights

If you’ve created any type of original work — including books, songs, art, photographs, plays, software, among many others — it is your intellectual property, and it does not have to be published to be protected by copyright laws.

International Law

Every country has their own laws, and things can become muddled when you conduct IP business and commercial transactions across borders — especially if there are any treaties regulating such negotiations, such WTO, NAFTA, and CAFTA, or other trade agreements.

Litigation

Running a successful enterprise often involves trademarks, trade secrets, and software disputes, among many others. Litigation is often complex and drawn out, and you need a well designed strategy to protect your business rights every step of the way.

Patent

Article 1, Section 8 of the US Constitution protects the exclusive right of inventors to their discoveries — but there are certain deadlines you have to meet in order to protect those rights.

Trademarks

Trademarks are a type of intellectual property that help manufacturers or merchants build brand identity, identify its goods and distinguish from those made or sold by another. Words, phrases, symbols, products, shapes or logos can have a trademark that can be created and protected for business use.

Internet Law

The internet helps you stay connected and cast a wider net when conducting business. But it also lends itself to disputes, such as domain name issues, website development disputes, and other related liabilities.

Florida Trademark and Patent Attorney

Sanchelima & Associates, P.A. is widely recognized as one of the leading Intellectual Property firms in South Florida. It is also known as one of the nation’s leading law firms for patent and trademark matters in Cuba. The firm represents the Intellectual Property interests of several Fortune 500 companies in Cuba. It was established in 1977 and has grown steadily to become one of the best value firms in Miami.

Benefits of Hiring Us

Intellectual property cases require very particular legal expertise, and we have the knowledge and extensive experience to advise you through your trademark, patent, and copyright processes, as well as serve as your advocates in the event of IP disputes. In fact, one of our co-founders is one of the first Hispanic registered patent attorneys in the United States and has over 40 years of experience working with complex intellectual property cases. Our experience and boutique-style practice allow us to provide:
  • Top quality work
  • In-depth engineering experience
  • Superior client satisfaction
  • State-of-the-art resources
  • Competitive rates
  • Everyone in our staff speaks English and Spanish
Our office is purpose-built, offering state-of-the-art telecommunications, information technology, and conference facilities. We invite you to speak with our patent attorneys in Miami or Trademark Lawyers in Miami for the best way to document your business. The firm employs a computerized docketing system to assure that prompt and timely actions are taken to obtain and maintain all registrations on file and to meet every deadline imposed by the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

Clients We Rrepresent

Most of our clients are leading mid-size retailers, distributors, manufacturers, or major international companies, and we advise and represent them on all aspects of their intellectual property transactions.
We can do business in Cuba, Mexico, Brazil, Canada, Colombia, Venezuela, China, Australia, Japan, and Europe, among many other countries.

Our services include advice and consultations designed to maximize the value of our client’s intellectual property, the prosecution of a patent, trademark, copyright, or U.S. customs registrations.

We do ex-parte and inter-partes proceedings before the United States Patent and Trademark Office, and litigation in both state and U.S. federal courts.

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