MORIN Entertainment Law is a boutique firm that specializes in Intellectual Property Law, including Copyrights, Trademarks, & Trade Secrets.
Intellectual Property (IP) is the heart of creative enterprise. Principal Attorney Lee Morin has a cumulative 12+ years experience in Intellectual Property Law providing support in domestic, foreign, and international patent filings, copyright and trademark prosecution and enforcement, and trade secret protection. Her relationships with a global network of IP lawyers insures that all aspects of client portfolios are addressed. Lee evaluates your intellectual properties and helps you to protect them.
Lee Morin is a copyright expert, speaks, and writes frequently on aspects of United States copyright law. She has experience preparing and registering United States copyrights, advises clients on their rights and responsibilities, reviews and provides written opinions on clearance matters, including fair use opinions. Her most requested services include the following:
Lee Morin has consistent success prosecuting domestic and international trademarks for her clients. She performs in-depth searches, analysis, and opinions on the likelihood of success for registration, which gives clients a complete picture of their trademark before it is filed. She has worked with the United States, World Intellectual Property Office, and Great Britain to secure trademarks for clients. She also has access to a network of IP lawyers in non-signatory countries where she may pursue protection for her clients with global business presence. Some of the services she routinely provides are:
Representative WorkWe have secured the following samples of representative work for our clients:
Many of our clients collaborate with others to achieve commercial success. Accordingly, they require an understanding of how to effectively protect Confidential Information. We approach each assignment individually, taking into consideration unique aspects that define client businesses to insure that Confidential Information is adequately addressed and protected.