Innovative Patent & Intellectual Property Attorneys

Trusted IP Guidance For Companies Ready To Expand

When your company reaches a certain level of success, you may consider growth and expansion. While this is an exciting time for your company, do not overlook the importance of the role your intellectual property (IP) plays in your company’s future. Too often, companies think that once they obtain a patent, they no longer need to worry about it. That path can lead to critical mistakes and missed opportunities.

At Christensen, Fonder, Dardi, our attorneys have a global reputation for trusted IP representation. Though based in Minneapolis and Atlanta, we have assisted clients throughout the country at crucial points in their growth. We will help your company identify the role your IP can play in your company’s growth.

The Ongoing Role Of IP In Your Company’s Future

Having a successful product is key to your business plan, but in order to grow your business, you must expand in either your market share or your product line. Expanded market share is important, and an effective branding campaign, including trademarks, can go a long way.

Investing in new products allows your company to expand your product line in a nearly limitless manner. We have the experience to help you manage your IP portfolio in a way that allows you to achieve your business goals. We can assist you in identifying IP gaps where you can focus your attention through new inventions or licensing agreements.

Development and improvements to existing products are also something to consider; the legal protection for your intellectual property should be as dynamic as your offerings. Our firm forms lasting relationships with the companies we serve in order to help them on an ongoing basis.

Managing And Protecting Your Company’s Property

Obtaining your patent is only the first step in protecting and maintaining your company’s IP. You must perform certain upkeep with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. In addition, you need to defend your patent from companies that either challenge your patent or attempt to infringe on your work. Failure to do so could result in a substantial loss to your company. While you work toward new ventures, allow Christensen, Fonder, Dardi to protect the property your company worked so hard to create.

Discuss Your Company’s Growth With Christensen, Fonder, Dardi

Our attorneys dedicate themselves to the success of each client. Discuss your plans with us and allow us to help you leverage your IP for future growth. Schedule a consultation by calling 612-315-4100 or reaching out to us online.