On March 23, 2020, the Governor of Michigan, Gretchen Whitmer, issued an Executive Order to close all non-essential businesses through April 13, 2020 in order to combat the spread of COVID-19. Price Heneveld is complying with this Order and has closed its physical office for the next three weeks.
Our team of attorneys, agents, and critical staff personnel will continue to be there for all of your intellectual property needs, including new matters. Our IT capabilities are well-equipped for work off-site throughout the duration of the Order. The high level of Price Heneveld’s service will not change even though we are not in our physical office on Kenmoor. Our internal docket and file management systems will continue uninterrupted, allowing us to send updates regarding deadlines and the status of upcoming due dates and filings. In these times of turmoil, please know we will remain steadfast.
Feel free to contact our attorneys and agents directly via email or phone if you have any questions at this time. Unless provided with other information from the Governor’s office, we plan to resume regular business hours and operations on Tuesday, April 14, 2020. Michigan’s Governor orders all non-essential businesses to close their doors Meet Our TeamEXPERTS IN THE LAW, SPECIALISTS IN THE TECHNICAL DISCIPLINES We are dedicated to building on our sixty plus year legacy of excellence, to help our clients become world leaders in their respective industries. OUR FOCUS IS PROTECTING INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY Contact UsWe know that a company’s intellectual property—its innovation and creativity— is one of its most valuable assets. PROMOTING ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Practice AreasPrice Heneveld enforces intellectual property rights, domestically and internationally, with the goal of sustaining clients’ economic growth. Contact UsWE UNDERSTAND THE VALUE OF OUR PEOPLE Our team creates value through training, collective expertise, and teamwork.
Entertainment law, primarily a blend of copyright law, license law and right to privacy and publicity law, can also require considerable knowledge of areas such as unfair competition and trademark law.
A licensing agreement is a contract under which the owner of intellectual property (licensor) gives permission for the use of its IP to another person (licensee), within the limits set by the provisions of the agreement.