David J. Arthur currently directs his practice of intellectual
property law to exclusively represent one client. 

Therefore, Mr. Arthur is not accepting
any new clients at this time. However, he may become available on an exclusive basis to a corporation that desires to employ his extensive business-oriented legal experience.

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David J. Arthur is a registered patent attorney with more than 25 years' experience matching intellectual property to business goals. Mr. Arthur's practice is particularly directed to transactional matters related to identifying and protecting intellectual property for maximum commercial value.

Intellectual property is a collection of legal rights that can be used to protect certain intellectual creations, business information, and business identity. Intellectual property rights may be used to protect technological innovations, product formulations, know-how, customer lists, product names and logos,

software, printed materials, audio-visual works, and many other creations. Intellectual property rights include patent rights, trademarks, copyrights, and trade secret rights.

David J. Arthur works directly with his client to address intellectual property legal issues with practical, business-oriented solutions. Mr. Arthur has broad experience relating intellectual property legal issues to constructive business goals.

Clients appreciate Mr. Arthur's ability to see the client's ultimate business objectives, and tailor legal strategies and tactics always with those objectives in mind.

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Intellectual property rights are property rights that can be assets for you or your business. Intellectual property assets are intangible, in contrast to tangible (physical) assets such as machinery, vehicles, buildings, and equipment. Intellectual property rights include patent rights, trademarks, copyrights, and trade secret rights.

Before deciding what types of intellectual property protection you should seek, you need

to identify what you want to protect, why you want to protect it, and against whom you want to protect it. Not every creation of the minds of you or your employees can be protected using intellectual property. In addition, not every use of an intellectual creation can be controlled using intellectual property.

However, having a plan for using your intellectual property rights will help you choose the right kind of protection to seek, and help you be cost effective in seeking that protection.