Hartman Global IP Law Helps One Local Comic Book Creator Navigate the Ins & Outs of Protecting His Work
Creativity is everywhere and it can be an incredibly powerful trait. From artists and designers to writers and musicians, creativity brings the imaginary to life and drives a lot of what makes living entertaining and interesting.
So, you’ve just had an incredible idea that you think could change the world. Whether it’s a new gadget or an improved way of doing something, where do you turn to and what’s next after that ‘Aha!’ moment strikes?
Today, it’s easier than ever to have a voice and to get your message out to people across the globe. The smartphones, tablets or laptops that we carry are incredibly powerful tools that make communicating with potentially millions of people just a couple of clicks away.
What makes the foursome of CCSK Law unique is their personal experiences backing and guiding them down their own path of the law. For Jordan Chelovich, the second “C” of CCSK, her former life living overseas and other experiences regarding international processes, sparked her interest into becoming an immigration lawyer in Valpo.
Over the last half-century, we’ve seen a huge rise in the ways that technology plays a part in our daily lives. We now hold incredibly powerful computers in our hands everyday which allow us to communicate across enormous distances. For the companies creating these ever-improving devices, protecting their ideas and designs is vital to their success.
Hartman Global Intellectual Property: Protecting the Images and Icons that Drive Branding in the Modern World
In the ever-changing world of how companies market and brand themselves, protecting your identity, your logo and what makes you or your company unique is incredibly important. More and more our eyes are being drawn to logos, icons and graphics from companies that consumers have come to recognize and trust.
The complex phrasing of legal documents is so well-known that it has often becomes the butt of movie jokes and comedic skits. In real life, it is a stigma that may intimidate people out of getting the legal advice that they need.