Kudos to you for contacting an intellectual property attorney to protect your patents, trademarks and copyrights! You’ve gone to Google but thank goodness you recognize that Google is not your lawyer. You’re ready to hire a professional!!
Here’s what you can expect during a consultation:
First, expect a confidential relationship between yourself and the attorney. Scheduling a formal consultation, allows you to establish an attorney-client relationship with an attorney. The attorney is required to keep the information presented confidential so don’t waste time asking your attorney to sign a confidentiality or non-compete agreement.
General Answers to your IP Questions
For the sake of the limited time available for a consultation, it’s great to submit a list of your questions to the attorney prior to the scheduled consultation. This will give the attorney an opportunity to meet your expectations and provide you with answers or provide you with more details of what’s necessary to retain the Firm to resolve any issues that may require additional time.
Waiting to schedule a consultation may jeopardize your rights. Don’t wait! You’ll feel so much better about understanding your options fully and you will know what’s required to protect or enforce your intellectual property!
Are you READY?