Gile Law Group is a boutique law practice in Las Vegas, Nevada, focusing primarily on legal matters involving intellectual property (trademarks, copyrights, trade secrets, and domain names), business and corporate transactions (business formation and business agreements), and related litigation (intellectual property enforcement and business and contract disputes).
Trademarks are intellectual property rights that protect logos and trade names from non-authorized third party use. These rights are recognized by the United States Patent & Trademark Office and can be extended to other parts of the world through specific filings in that country or through the World Intellectual Property Organization.
Copyright is a type of intellectual property recognized by Federal law that gives the owner the exclusive right to reproduce, distribute copies, display, perform, and create derivative works of creative literary, musical, dramatic, pictorial, and sculptural works.
Litigation involves the filing or defending of lawsuits in local, state, and/or federal courts.
Corporate law involves the formation and ongoing internal governance of legal entities (corporations, partnership, LLCs) formed for commercial purposes .
Trade secrets are a form of intellectual property where substantial value is keeping knowledge closely held with limited people having access. The classic example of a trade secret is the recipe for Coca-Cola ®.
Internet law, also known as cyber law, refers to the body of law that governs how the internet is structured and monitored around the world.
A contract is a legally binding document between at least two parties, supported by lawful consideration, that defines and governs the rights and duties of the parties to such agreement in connection with the exchange of goods, services, money, or a promise to do or not to do particular actions.
Arbitration & Mediation, also known as Alternative Dispute Resolution, involves adverse parties working to resolve any differences of opinions without having to enter into litigation within the court system. These proceedings can have a binding effect similar to a court order.