Architectural Design Protection

For an architect, designer, contractor, or building owner, having comprehensive protection under U.S. law is critical to keeping your designs safe.

Complete copyright registration expands your rights and readies them for your transaction or enforcement in court.

We have the experience and resources necessary to help you navigate the complex landscape of design ownership and protection of architecture.  For original building designs, assumptions about who owns the plans or the design itself can lead to major issues.  We help protect your work by identifying and informing you of these issues and dealing with them in transaction documents, technical drawings and registration with the US Copyright Office and Patent and Trademark Office.

During purchase and sales, renovation and further development, we look to prevent complications down the road.  For example, removing fine art such as sculptures, paintings, tapestries, and even graffiti can lead to major disputes. By working with Garfield Goodrum, Design Law, you’ll learn about your rights before making key transaction decisions. 

For an architect, designer, contractor, or building owner, having comprehensive protection under U.S. law is critical to keeping your designs safe.

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For an architect, designer, contractor, or building owner, having comprehensive protection under U.S. law is critical to keeping your designs safe. Complete copyright registration expands your rights and readies them for your transaction or enforcement in court.

We have the experience and resources necessary to help you navigate the complex landscape of design ownership and protection of architecture.  For original building designs, assumptions about who owns the plans or the design itself can lead to major issues.  We help protect your work by identifying and informing you of these issues and dealing with them in transaction documents, technical drawings and registration with the US Copyright Office and Patent and Trademark Office.  

During purchase and sales, renovation and further development, we look to prevent complications down the road.  For example, removing fine art such as sculptures, paintings, tapestries, and even graffiti can lead to major disputes. By working with Garfield Goodrum, Design Law, you’ll learn about your rights before making key transaction decisions. 

Leading Architectural Design Protection & Litigation

Whether you need uncompromising protection for your original work or a trusted law firm to represent your design interests in court, our Garfield Goodrum, Design Law team has the insight and experience to meet your unique needs.