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Arnold & Knobloch LLP are intellectual property lawyers based in Houston, Texas. Gordon T. Arnold, the managing partner of the firm, has been practicing law for over 20 years and has made presentations and speeches on IP law on numerous occasions. Charles Saron Knobloch, a partner at the firm, specializes in intellectual property law and has been practicing for 17 years. Jason A. Saunders is an Associate at the firm and practices in the following areas: Patent Litigation, Trademark Litigation, Copyright Litigation and Civil Litigation. The law firm has received an AV rating from Martindale-Hubbell. Arnold & Knobloch LLP is listed in the Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers.
Their website features numerous articles on many helpful topics about Patent Litigation, Trademarks, Copyright, Trade Secrets, Domain Names, Contracts, and New Product Development.
For those interested in filing for a patent, the articles provided by Arnold & Knobloch not only describe the four phases, procedures and costs of filing for a patent but they also impart important information on: how and when to file a provisional patent and the associated risks; how to file a valuable international patent, which means that additional deadlines and licensing requirements may have to be met; how independent investors can protect their ideas; how to avoid infringement on existing patents by practicing your own invention, and a list of patent references.
For New Ventures and Intellectual Property a short text explains who are involved in creating, managing and protecting IP and their roles. And last but not least, an article talks about the complex nature of patent litigation and how to react should you receive a demand letter from a patent infringement attorney.
If you are looking for information on trademarks, the site features information on how to obtain a trademark, how to search and clear existing trademarks and provides some basic information on the US Patent & Trademark office.
The copyright articles provide useful information on how to register your copyright and offers additional references and tips to consider while going about laws related to copyrighting. Under Trade Secrets you will learn how you can protect your trade secrets such as client lists, recipes, software, chemical processes, or any other type of proprietary information.
The Domain Name section lists published decisions of Gordon Arnold as an WIPO arbitrator and contains links to references and explanations of the UDRP (Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy) as well as the WIPO Domain Name Dispute Resolution process.
The services provided are very extensive and cover everything related to Intellectual Property Law for individual clients as well as companies and organizations.
This work is performed both domestically and internationally with matters in the Americas, Europe, Asia, Australia, and the Middle East.
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- Fax: 713-972-1180
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