Protecting Your Intellectual Property

The ability to innovate and create new work is an intangible skill. When your work involves creating a new concept for a character, story line, set design or piece of artwork, those ideas can easily be manipulated by others and used for their financial gain.

If you are involved in producing a movie or television show, you need to protect your right to the intellectual property you create. Great ideas are often copied by others, especially when the work is well-received and profitability quickly becomes apparent to cable networks, film distributors and marketing companies, resulting in their desire to use your work to promote another product or service.

At The Law Office of Bryce D. Neier, PLLC, we believe in preserving our clients' artistic integrity while helping them make strategic choices regarding their intellectual property. Our lawyers will work with you personally to develop production contracts and agreements that provide opportunities for financial gain while keeping others from using your work without your consent.

Enhance The Value Of Your Work Through Strategic Licensing Decisions

Great creative work is often sought out for commercial exploitation. You can take control of this, and be more selective in the way your work is used by employing thoughtful legal agreements for licensing and distribution.

We can help you with issues related to:

  • Copyrights
  • Trademarks
  • Merchandising
  • Publishing
  • Promotions and sponsorships
  • Product placement
  • Video game collaborations
  • Telecommunication applications and mobile devices
  • E-commerce

Discuss your intellectual property rights with an attorney at our office. We are located in Fayetteville, North Carolina, and work with entertainment industry clients throughout the state and across the country. Contact us online or by telephone at 800-332-2807 for more information.