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Intellectual Property

Business and intellectual property laws

Property Rights

Business and intellectual property laws in the U.S. can be tricky, and you can’t afford to make a mistake that could expose you or your company to the risk of theft or litigation. Attorney Lydia Elizondo can help you protect your business, your brand, and your work so that you can focus on what matters most.

As a business owner, you need an experienced business law attorney to protect you and make sure your new business starts off on the right foot or that your existing business is set up with the necessary documentation to protect it and you.


Employment laws are strict, and the advice of your company’s human resources department may not be enough to successfully defend you against complaints made by employees. If your business has received complaints about any of the issues below, then you need a knowledgeable attorney to represent you:

  • Wrongful termination
  • Improper hiring practices
  • Harassment
  • Unfair wages or benefits
  • Workplace health and safety violations
  • Worker’s compensation violations
  • Family and medical leave (FMLA) violations

trademarks & copyright

Trademarks and service marks are an essential part of establishing a loyal customer base for your business or brand. These marks let consumers identify specific brands, merchants, or manufacturers through the use of logos or words. This information can then be used to make purchasing decisions.
Copyrights are similar to trademarks and also offer businesses an important form of intellectual property protection. Copyrights let creators protect the integrity of their work by giving them exclusive rights to the use of their work, no matter what type of creation it may be:

  • Publications
  • Artwork
  • Software
  • Computer data
  • Instructional materials
  • Technical materials


Along with protecting your own work, it’s also important to seek help from an experienced trademark attorney to ensure that you’re not infringing on anyone else’s copyright or trademark. Otherwise, you could be exposing yourself and your company to accusations of infringement that could prove costly.

Entity Formationand Protection

In 2021, 5.4 million new businesses were started. More and more, people are moving forward with their dreams of being their own boss and providing services or products they are proud to offer consumers.

Different situations and circumstances call for different types of business entities. Attorney Lydia Elizondo can protect you and your rights with proper documentation during the formation of many different types of business entities:

  • Corporations
  • Limited liability companies
  • Business partnerships

Business Done Right

Get the help you need with business entity formation, employment defense, and
intellectual property protections from the experienced business law attorney Lydia Elizondo.