Palo Alto Intellectual Property lawyers
ADELANTE IP LAW GROUP are intellectual property attorneys providing legal services to Palo Alto, the Silicon Valley and beyond exclusively in the legal field of Intellectual Property and related Software matters.
We provide expert intellectual property law services.
If you are looking for help filing a provisional patent in the Redwood City area, need an expert patent infringement lawyer in Palo Alto, or a patent attorney in San Jose, contact us today
Our Intellectual Property Services
PROTECTING YOUR CREATIVITY
Actively curating business assets by creatively using Patents, Trade secrets, Software Licensing, Copyright and Trademark laws.
ACCELERATING YOUR BUSINESS WITH IP
Global experience serving SILICON VALLEY startups & companies and beyond. We aim to strategically apply the varied palette of different types of Intellectual Property toward the broader business picture to add value. Each day we strive to apply Agile Software development techniques to legal principles to help your business soar.
LEGAL ENFORCEMENT LAWSUITS & REGULATORY
Formidable, multidisciplinary experts in Silicon Valley Tech and Tech culture that make impactful legal decisions in Data Privacy, Security, and IP in litigation and when assessing business risk.
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