On this site you will find a wide variety of legal resources. Each topic area has a brief description, followed by articles, links, forms, and other information regarding that topic.
Patents: A legal monopoly, granted by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (PTO), for the use, manufacture and sale of an invention.
Trademarks: A word, phrase, logo, symbol, color, sound or smell used by a business to identify a product and distinguish it from those of its competitors.
Copyrights: Any work of art fixed in a tangible form of expression granting the author with exclusive rights.
Internet Law: Cookies, cybersquatting, deep linking, digital signatures, domain names, framing, hyperlinks, ISPs, spam, and other areas.
Entertainment: advertising, art, film, internet, merchandising, music, new media, publicity rights, theater and performing arts, publishing, radio, sports, TV, cable, and video.
Downloads: Lott & Fischer seminars on various intellectual property topics, including copyrights, trademarks, patents, and the internet.
Articles: Various articles written by Lott & Fischer attorneys in the areas of intellectual property.