We provide trademark and service mark advice, registrations and help with office actions. A trademark, identified by the symbols TM or SM for a servicemark (not yet registered) and ® (registered), symbolize that the item with which the trademark appears is being claimed by the owner of the trademark as intellectual property. A trademark typically applies to a name, word, phrase, logo, symbol, design, image, or a combination of these elements.
We provide copyright advice and registrations. A copyright is a legal right to control how a creative work is used. It is intellectual property that usually applies to art, music and literature and is comprised of a number of exclusive rights, including the right to make copies, authorize others to make copies, make derivative works, sell and market the work and perform the work.
We provide extensive software, technology, and intellectual property licensing, both inbound and outbound contracts and agreements. We can help you draft, negotiate or modify virtually any type of intellectual property, technology or software licensing agreement. Typical contracts include Master Services Agreements, Software and Technology Licensing Agreements, Software, Technology and Trade Secret Non-Disclosure Agreements, Non-Solicitation Agreements, Shrink Wrap Agreements, Media Agreements, Advertising Agreements, OEM Agreements, Content Distribution Agreements, Insertion Orders and all types of service provider agreements and amendments.
Shrem Law PC is a Bay Area based professional law corporation with offices in El Cerrito. We provide legal services to Northern California residents, primarily in the East Bay (Alameda County and Contra Costa County), including Alameda, Albany, Berkeley, Brentwood, Crockett, El Cerrito, El Sobrante, Emeryville, Kensington, Lafayette, Martinez, Oakland, Orinda, Piedmont, Pinole, Richmond, San Pablo, Walnut Creek and surrounding communities, as well as Marin county and San Francisco.
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Jean Shrem Esq. 510-882-9992. Jean@ShremLaw.com