At Putnam Gordon, P.C., we like to work with entrepreneurs at all stages of the startup lifecycle. Correctly forming an entity to securely protect intellectual property is critical in the early stages of a business.
Intellectual Property (“IP”) is the heart and soul of companies and startups. Make sure you have full ownership and control of your IP portfolio of patents, trademarks, trade secrets, and copyrights.
This video is a presentation about Intellectual Property, Entity Selection and Formation, and was held on June 27, 2016. San Francisco-based startup attorney Jason Putnam Gordon of Putnam Gordon, P.C. discussed the importance of correctly forming an entity to securely protect intellectual property. IP protection is essential to raise capital, and to maximize a business’s chance of success.
(Please note: the video contains General Information –Not Legal Advice.)
In summary, IP is where a great part of the value of a company lies. Without the right agreements in place, a company is jeopardizing its value and chances of success. Sophisticated lawyers that are based in San Francisco can help ensure your company has full ownership of its IP portfolio of patents, trademarks, trade secrets, and copyrights.
At Putnam Gordon, P.C. we love working with startups, and are available to speak with you as you grow your idea into a successful business and beyond. (Please note: any communication with Putnam Gordon, P.C. is not confidential unless and until there is a signed written engagement agreement.)