Trademarks & Copyrights
Cooper Cargill Chant lawyers understand intellectual property is typically at the core of a client’s business and often its primary asset; in many cases, a company’s brand is often as important as the equipment or service that makes the company run. With a deeply skilled team with in-house background and domestic and international trademark experience, the Cooper Cargill Chant intellectual property team provides strategic advice for companies of all shapes and sizes to successfully achieve business-owner objectives whether through IP registration, transaction or litigation.
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The Cooper Cargill Chant Intellectual Property team is deeply skilled in all aspects of development, clearance and prosecution of trademarks and copyrights and performs a variety of safeguarding measures ranging from Knock-Out Searches to Consent Agreements to Oppositions against third party trademarks at the USPTO.
Cooper Cargill Chant performs trademark and copyright portfolio management services for small and large clients including management of USPTO and US Copyright registrations, worldwide monitoring, IP portfolio audit services, and landscape and gap analysis.
Cooper Cargill Chant handles business transactions from licensing opportunities to asset-based acquisitions and the transfer of IP related to those transactions.
Cooper Cargill Chant is adept at quickly and proactively protecting client rights through injunctive relief or arbitration. The Cooper Cargill Chant litigation team has successfully protected client’s intellectual property rights in courts across New England and at the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
Filed hundreds of trademark applications in various industries including hospitality, retail services, health care, beverages and manufacturing, among others, with the United States Trademark Office.
Sought injunctive relief in Maine on behalf of well-known alt-weekly newspaper against new market entrant based on trade dress and trade secret claims.
Performed landscape gap analysis for international client based on country sales data and other metrics across North America, Asia, Europe and South America.
Led the roll-out of a non-competition, non-solicitation and invention agreements program across large Multinational Corporation.
Spearheaded the transfer of trademarks related to a multi-faceted, international acquisition in the musical product industry involving a portfolio of over 75 trademarks in more than 50 countries.
Reviewed and analyzed client trademark portfolio and recommended key actions to protect valuable portfolio.
Successfully negotiated ten-year License Agreement on behalf of licensee involving well-known worldwide outdoor apparel brand.
Managed substantial trademark portfolio of a professional audio products company including trademark responsibility in a half-dozen worldwide brand acquisitions.
Tyler Ray was a speaker at the Rhode Island Bar Association Annual Meeting regarding “Cutting Edge Topics in Intellectual Property Law” in June, 2014.