Business Law and Intellectual Property Lawyers
New Jersey Business, Copyright and Trademark Attorneys
We are a leading firm on the governance of closely held corporations, limited liability companies and partnerships, serving both as litigation counsel and trusted business advisors. We represent businesses in the state and federal courts in New York and New Jersey in a variety of copyright and trademark litigation, as well as significant commercial disputes.
Old School vs. New School:
A New Model in Business Law and Intellectual Property Law
McDaniel Law uses collaborative technology to provide its clients with 100% visibility into the activities on the matters entrusted to us. We offer real-time news feeds on all activities on a case: conferences, appearances, documents in progress, time, and billing. We employ principles of legal process management to provide insight into the structure of a matter, and to manage budgets and billing. We offer clients flexible fee alternatives, including a variety of fixed and project-based structures.
Owning and operating a business is a challenge, today more than ever. An experienced attorney helps today’s businesses meet those challenges. At McDaniel Law, our attorneys have offered effective and knowledgeable business and intellectual property law representation to business owners in Northern New Jersey and New York City since 1992.
To discuss your specific business or intellectual property law needs contact our office online or call 201-845-3232 or 212-514-8080. Our website and blogs on business divorce and intellectual property issues provide a wealth of information on current business and intellectual property issues.
COPYRIGHT & TRADEMARK LITIGATION
We litigate trademark and copyright disputes in the state and federal courts and before federal agencies that include the Patent and Trademark Office, the Copyright Office and U.S. Customs and Border Protection.
BUSINESS TRANSITION CONSULTING
Acting as a consultant to family and other closely held businesses, we work with all stakeholders to identify issues and develop consensus for moving businesses to the next generation.