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A brewery’s name is one of the most exciting decisions you will make in starting your business. A great name can help you establish a brand identity that brings new customers to you and help you develop a reputation for great beer. A great name can only be as great as your ability to legally protect it. That is where our attorneys are able to step in and help you establish copyright and trademark protections for your brewery’s name.

It doesn’t just stop with your brewery’s name. Your logo, often referred to as your “mark,” and the names and branding of your beers also need to be protected by registering trademark protections. Our attorneys can help you obtain these protections and ensure that your marks do not infringe on the protected marks of others.

There will be opportunities to have your trademarks used by others. Whether it is through sponsorships of local events, or even in local advertising we can review the use of your marks and help you have confidence that your marks are being used appropriately and in the manner you approve.

Your recipes and brewing process are valuable intellectual property. Not only can we assist you with obtaining legal protections for your intellectual property, we can also ensure that those you share your secrets with are legally bound to maintain them through the preparation of strict non-disclosure and non-compete agreements.

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