The Bolender Law Firm focuses its insurance law practice exclusively on assisting policyholders in the wrongful denial of insurance claims. We evaluate the terms of insurance policies and the circumstances of our clients' claims to evaluate whether their loss or injury comes within the scope of their insurance coverage.
Trademarks are words, phrases, symbols or designs that identify the source of goods of one party from those of other parties. A service mark is the same as a trademark, except that service marks identify and distinguish the source of a service rather than goods.
Whether you are just starting your business or are a decades-old member of the corporate market, the Bolender Law Firm can provide knowledgeable legal counsel to assist you with the gamut of corporate conflicts that can, and often do, arise on a regular basis.
A copyright is a type of protection provided by federal law to authors of intellectual works, such as literary works, drama, music or artistic works. Intellectual works can also include choreography, sculptures, movies, sound recordings and architectural designs. Some things that cannot be copyrighted are works that are not in a tangible fixed form (such as performances that are not recorded or written), slogans, titles, names, ideas, procedures, discoveries, and works that consist only of common property (such as standard calendars).
Bolender Law Firm accepts several non-criminal assignments each year to assist unrepresented clients in need of legal services. We recognize that many individuals, who cannot afford to hire a lawyer, do not understand their legal rights. We offer limited assistance to deserving clients through counseling and direct representation with an emphasis of educating them with...