Intellectual Property Audits & Due Diligence Reviews


Companies that want to guard their intellectual property may request that Overhauser Law Offices audit their establishment. An audit serves to both protect and expand your business ideas by ensuring the rights of your business' intellectual property (including patents, copyrights, trademarks/service marks, trade secrets and licensing agreements). Furthermore, an intellectual property audit serves to provide your businesses with advice about utilization of its intellectual properties for greatest economic potential.

A Due Diligence Review is often set-up to help parties establish an evaluation of a potential purchase or business deal. These reviews help eliminate the element of surprise for the involved parties during the business transaction.

Overhauser Law Offices attorneys have a substantial background involving both Intellectual Property Audits and Due Diligence Reviews. Combined with a history of quick responsiveness and formal experience, this team provides its clients with current knowledge of regulations. Contact us to put our expertise to work for you.

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