Intellectual Property Judgment

August 1st, 2010 by admin Leave a reply »

After you have successfully obtained a Judgment in a trademark, patent, and copyright infringement case, the work begins to enforce your money judgment. If you have done the research, you should know that there is not a lot of statute or case law on the topic. Collecting on a trademark, patent, or copyright judgment could be one of the most difficult task if you are not familiar with the collection process.

If the debtor is a business and is still in business then you have all your normal means of collection at your disposal. If you want to go after the intellectual property themselves and place a lien on them or get a turnover order to seize the assets then it gets a little trickier. The best thing to do is to contact a collection attorney like ourselves to ensure that you do everything correctly.

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