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A. Browne , Esq

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BROWNE LAW, LLC

When you hire Browne Law, LLC, you’re getting more than professional representation. You are hiring an organization that will work to get you results. Whether you need business, intellectual property or entertainment law assistance the legacy you are building, Browne Law has got you covered. Principal Attorney Adjckwc Browne has been recognized by her peers in the fourth edition of Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch® in America for her exceptional work in Business Organizations (including LLCs and Partnerships), and Entertainment and Sports Law. We are committed to excellence, and providing the right level of service for your needs.

what makes us unique

At Browne Law, we are a new kind of law firm for a changing world. We utilize technology together with tiered levels of legal service to provide clients with the right amount of help for them. You choose. We can walk you through your case from beginning to end or we can provide limited legal analysis. Our virtual meeting spaces will save you time and money. We offer initial consultations via the web, over the telephone, or in person. Your attorney will be available for you in the evening because we understand that life can be challenging and flexibility is important.

How we can help

Trademark Registration

At Browne Law, we are passionate about brand protection via Federal Trademark Registration. It is one of the most important keys to owning the brand you are building. In fact, Trademark ownership is integral to most of our client base. Our entertainment clients, our franchise founders, our influencer clients and almost all of our entrepreneurs can benefit from seeking federal trademark registration protection. We work with you to take over applications that you have filed yourself and have become complicated or right from the start with an in- depth analysis of your brand and its viability. We offer brand monitoring protection, customs protection registration and all of the required renewal applications. Book your trademark registration consult today!













Business Formation

Let an business attorney from Browne Law, LLC be the solution to help you form and protect your business. We are happy to assist with your business representation needs including advising on the right business structure for you, acquiring business licensing and franchise formation. • We can help you choose the right business entity for your needs, such as a sole proprietorship, partnership, limited liability company (LLC), or corporation. • We can help you file the necessary paperwork with the state to form your business. • We can help you obtain the necessary licenses and permits for your business. • We can help you draft contracts and other important business documents. • We can represent you in legal disputes involving your business. Browne Law, LLC is a full-service law firm that can help you with all of your business legal needs. We are dedicated to helping our clients succeed. We understand that starting and running a business can be challenging, and we are here to provide you with the support you need to achieve your goals. If you are considering starting a business, or if you already have a business and need legal assistance, please contact Browne Law, LLC today. We would be happy to discuss your needs and help you develop a plan to protect your business.

Copyright Registration

Register your works with the Federal Copyright Office. We can help advise you on what parts of your work are protectable, which registrations you need, and shepherd your application through from beginning to end. Copyright registration is an important step in protecting your creative works. Copyright registration protects your exclusive right to reproduce, distribute, perform, display, and create derivative works from your work. It also allows you to sue infringers for copyright infringement. The Federal Copyright Office is the only place to register a copyright in the United States. Browne Law, LLC can help you register your work with the Federal Copyright Office. We can advise you on what parts of your work are protectable, which registrations you need, and again if you decide you want our help shepherd your application through from beginning to end. Here are some of the additional benefits of registering your work with the Federal Copyright Office: It gives you protection of the exclusive right to your work. It allows you to sue infringers for copyright infringement. It can help you get a loan or investment for your business. It can help you get insurance for your work. If you have any questions about copyright registration, please contact Browne Law, LLC. We would be happy to help you protect your creative works.

Trademark Watch

Already have a registered trademark? Ensure that your mark is protected with scheduled searches. We will help monitor the mark for maintenance/renewal dates as well as infringers. Here are some of the benefits of having your trademark monitored: • You can identify potential infringers early on and take action to protect your mark. • You can ensure that your mark is still valid and in good standing. • You can avoid costly legal disputes. Browne Law, LLC can help you monitor your trademark for infringement and other potential problems. We can: • Conduct regular searches of the trademark register to identify potential infringers. • Send cease and desist letters to infringers. • File lawsuits against infringers. • Help you renew your trademark registration. If you have a registered trademark, it is important to have it monitored. Browne Law, LLC can help you protect your investment and ensure that your mark is used only by you. Here are some additional tips for protecting your trademark: • Use the ® symbol after your trademark whenever it is used in advertising, marketing, or on your products or services. • Register your trademark in as many countries as you plan to do business in. • Keep a record of all uses of your trademark, including in advertising, marketing, and on your products or services. • Be vigilant for potential infringers and take action promptly if you believe your trademark is being infringed. By following these tips, you can help to protect your trademark and ensure that it is used only by you.

License Agreements

Need to license your work to someone else or obtain rights to utilize someone else’s IP? We can help craft a legally sound agreement tailored to your needs. We also offer templates for sale. Here are some of the benefits of working with us to license your work or obtain rights to use someone else's IP: We have a team of experienced attorneys who can help you understand your rights and negotiate the best possible terms for your agreement. We can draft a legally sound agreement that protects your interests. We can help you avoid costly legal disputes. If you are interested in licensing your work or obtaining rights to use someone else's IP, please contact us today. We would be happy to discuss your needs and help you develop a plan to protect your intellectual property. Here are some additional tips for licensing your work or obtaining rights to use someone else's IP: Make sure you understand your rights. Be clear about what you are willing to license or grant rights to. Get everything in writing. Have an attorney review the agreement before you sign it. By following these tips, you can help to protect your intellectual property and ensure that you get the best possible deal.

Entertainment Contracts

Contact us for a full-service legal advisor as you take your career as an entertainer to the next financial level. Browne Law, LLC can help you with all of your legal needs as an entertainer. We have a team of experienced attorneys who can help you with: Negotiating contracts: We can help you negotiate contracts with record labels, producers, managers, and other entertainment professionals. We will work to get you the best possible terms in your contracts. Reviewing contracts: We can review contracts that you have been offered to make sure that they are fair and that they protect your rights. Drafting contracts: We can draft contracts for you, such as recording contracts, publishing contracts, and management contracts. Intellectual property protection: We can help you protect your intellectual property, such as your music, lyrics, and artwork. We can register your copyrights, trademarks, and patents. Setting up royalty and PRO accounts: We can help you set up royalty and PRO accounts so that you can collect the money that you are owed for your work. We understand that the entertainment industry can be complex and that it is important to have an experienced legal team on your side. Browne Law, LLC can help you navigate the legal landscape and protect your rights. Contact us today to schedule a consultation. Don’t get stuck in a bad deal. We can help. We have helped many entertainers negotiate successful contracts and protect their intellectual property. We can help you too. Contact us today to schedule a consultation.

What we Do

We help artists protect their intellectual property. Browne Law helps creatives and small business owners protect their We give you the tools do business and own your stuff

Intellectual property (IP) Law is the area of law that protects the rights of creators and inventors. Every business, brand and creative has some form of IP they own. Please visit freebies page to download and read our free IP Ebook  which can give you a deeper understanding.

A copyright is the right to control and benefit from the work you have created. You have a copyright as soon as you create the work, however, copyright registration is required to legally stop someone from infringing on your rights. Learn more by visiting our frequently asked questions page.

A trademark is a thing that identifies the source of your goods or services as you do business. It is how customers recognize your brand and set you apart from others.

Servicemark and Trademark are often used interchangeably, one is used for services and the other for goods.  Since the terms are interchangeable, we will use trademark on this site, just know it refers to both.

Just like with a copyright, you own your trademark as soon as you start using it with your goods or services. With a trademark, those rights are limited without registration. Securing a trademark registration with the United States Patent and Trademark Office provides nationwide rights that are broader and the strongest to attain.

As soon as you decide that your business, brand, and or artistry is serious and important you should be planning how to own your stuff. Only you know the true vision for your brand. One tip that has long-lasting truth is “begin with the end in mind”. A search of the brand you want to build on is crucial to saving yourself a lot of time and cost in the long run.

An assessment of your business and or brand would be needed to give a thorough answer. It is likely you have a combination of intellectual property including things protectable under trademark or copyright law in your portfolio. Read all about the stuff in your head with our free e-book or book an IP assessment today.

An infringer is someone who violates the rights of another. This term is used often when discussing someone who has taken another’s intellectual property. There are many ways to stop infringers but in some cases including copyright, you will need a registered right to take legal action.

In many cases, your business name is your trademark/service mark however it does not have to be. Also, it is important to note that registering your business with the secretary of state is not the same as registering a trademark.  

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