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Copyright Attorney in Phoenix, Mesa, & Tucson

Copyright Service we offer.


Register your Copyright with Accelerate IP

  • $350 plus government fees
  • Attorney’s time (email and phone calls)


Copyright Filing

DMCA Takedown

Copyright Opinions


Copyright Cease and Desist

Terms of Use & Privacy Policy

Copyright Licensing Agreement


Copyright Assignment Agreement

Entertainment Law

Copyright Valuations

Artist Agreements, Producer Agreement, Location, etc.

Intellectual Property Law

Intellectual property (IP) law governs the ownership of non-physical assets. Intellectual property law includes various legal disciplines, including copyright, trademark, patent, and trade secret. IP lawyers assist their clients in Arizona copyright claims.

Intellectual property issues affect businesses in need of legal protection for their product designs, advertising, licensing, etc. These intellectual work creators may also require litigation support from seasoned IP attorneys when someone is stealing their ideas and infringing on their rights.

Copyright Attorneys in Mesa, Arizona

Copyright attorneys can work closely with businesses, supporting them during the process of acquiring, protecting, and using intellectual property like patents and copyrights. Accelerate IP developed their law firm practice to meet the needs of businesses in need of copyright protection in the Phoenix, Mesa, and Tucson Arizona community and surrounding areas.

Your intellectual property law firm may assist you with selecting product names and shapes, registering a trademark, taking you through the patenting process, and advising you on the most commercially viable options to bring your product to the market.

Phoenix, Mesa, and Tucson Arizona intellectual property lawyers work in many areas. Your copyright attorney needs to have experience dealing with complex and technically demanding subjects. Copyright attorneys may also be brought into contractual work, IP-based acquisitions, and providing IP expertise in licensing deals and business transactions.

Phoenix, Mesa, and Tucson Arizona Copyright Legal Services

The lawyers at our professional copyright law firm in Mesa, Arizona can provide the following copyright registration services like copyright registration for books, music, photographs, software, film and motion pictures, and textbooks. An experienced IP law firm can also provide the following services:

  • DMCA Takedown
  • Licensing
  • Foreign Copyrights
  • Copyright Opinions
  • Websites
  • Cease and Desist Letters

Litigation plays a colossal part in the role of what Phoenix, Mesa, and Tucson Arizona intellectual property lawyers provide because disputes do arise. Although most cases are settled out of court, your Arizona IP attorney may need to object to other people posting your content or sue those who are infringing on your copyrights.

When A Copyright Lawyer is Necessary

If you’re considering filing for a copyright, patent, or trademark for a new concept or idea, you may want to involve an intellectual property lawyer. Arizona copyright attorneys can file your documentation quickly and legally while alleviating the stress of whether or not you’re using the correct process.

Also, if you want to file a lawsuit because you believe someone has illegally used your copyrighted idea, then an Arizona IP lawyer could guide you through that process. If you’re involved in any of the following cases, then you may want to consult with an Arizona IP law attorney:

  • Illegally downloaded music, shows, or movies
  • Plagiarized concepts, images, lyrics, or words
  • Pirating copyrighted works for profit, without permission

A copyright attorney in Phoenix, Mesa, and Tucson Arizona can help to preempt some of the possible legal issues you may face. Consider a free consultation with Accelerate IP to discuss your intellectual rights and how they could use their practice to support you in protecting your intellectual properties.

Arizona Copyright Attorney Costs

Each law firm uses slightly different methods for billing their clients, but many copyright attorneys charge an hourly rate for their services. Some attorneys choose to work on a contingency basis when they feel you have a strong case, meaning you will not have to pay anything upfront, but your lawyer will take a percentage if you win your case. Other attorneys choose to offer services for a fixed fee, so you can anticipate what you will need to pay for any legal activity.

It’s important to establish the rates and billing methods upfront with your attorney so that you know what you’re getting into. Secure a free consultation with one of our experienced Mesa, AZ copyright law professionals today.

How the Arizona Lawyers at Accelerate IP Can Support You

If you’re filing for a copyright, we can make sure that your idea or material will be protected from others using it as their own for the duration of your life, plus an additional 70 years.

If you’re trying to combat infringement, and we can prove that someone unlawfully used your work, we’ll work with you and litigation counsel to help you ensure that you’re either compensated and/or the infringing work will be destroyed.

Accelerate IP is committed to providing quality legal services for your business. We work hard to tailor your legal needs to your budget. Intellectual property plays an essential role in building your business, getting investors, and turning a profit. We can work with you to develop a strategic intellectual property plan that aligns with your business goals.

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