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Since 1995, Robert A. Parsons & Michael W. Goltry have helped inventors, entrepreneurs, businesses, manufacturers, creative artists and others in every business imaginable.
Parsons & Goltry advocates for and provides legal counsel to authors and inventors throughout Arizona and the United States.
Robert A. Parsons and Michael W. Goltry are a collaborative attorney team that practices intellectual property law. Since 1995, we have helped inventors, entrepreneurs, businesses, manufacturers, creative artists and others in every business imaginable.
The "eureka!" moment does not usually come neatly wrapped. There are usually years of struggle, thousands of failed attempts and more than a little disappointment. It may sometimes seem as if the blood, sweat and tears may never pay off. When they finally do, enjoy your success, but also move quickly to make sure the rights created by your innovations and creations are clearly defined and protected through patents, trademarks or copyrights.
Through our website, we proudly offer our IP CLASSROOM™ service, providing you with useful information on patents, trademarks, and copyrights. These easy-to-navigate FAQ pages can answer some of your questions about intellectual property and the ways our law firm can assist you with your innovations.
Trademarks and servicemarks are often the most identifiable characteristic of a brand. Businesses, individuals, and designers should take early steps to protect their branding and creative works. We assist our clients in registering trademarks, conducting trademark searches, monitoring trademarks to prevent infringement, and taking appropriate legal action if trademark infringement is occurring.
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