Nida Nadir is a highly reputable Dallas attorney who is deeply committed to obtaining favorable results for her clients. Having helped countless clients, Ms. Nadir is an assertive litigator who has extensive experience in complex intellectual property cases as well as commercial and business law matters. This experience translates into a clear advantage for her clients as Ms. Nadir will thoroughly analyze the merits of your case and determine whether litigation, settlement or an alternative option would be the most advantageous for you.
Ms. Nadir attended the University of Texas at Dallas where she graduated with a Biochemistry degree. She went on to earn her law degree from the Oklahoma City University School of Law. Shortly thereafter, Ms. Nadir became licensed to practice law in both Texas and Oklahoma. She also registered as a patent attorney with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). Over the years, Ms. Nadir has become more and more active in the legal communities and is currently a member of a number of professional associations.
One of the areas that Ms. Nadir’s practice focuses on is copyright and trademark issues. This includes leading trademark searches, filing trademark applications and providing guidance for clients on possible copyright issues. According to the USPTO, a trademark is defined as a word, phrase, symbol and/or design that identifies and distinguishes the origin of goods or services of one party from those of others. A copyright is a legal right that grants the original creator of art, music or literary work exclusive rights for its use or distribution. In a global market, trademarks and copyrights can be essential to protecting your brand and business.
In some cases, you may be an inventor looking for a utility or design patent. A utility patent is for inventions with a new or improved function. Put another way, a utility patent is one that provides some identifiable benefit and is capable of use. A design patent, on the other hand, protects the ornamental design of a functional item. Intellectual property law is complicated and knowing what kind of IP protection you may need can be tough. Ms. Nadir understands the nuances of this area of law and can help you determine your options – as well as the risks and rewards associated with each.
With an in-depth knowledge of intellectual property law as well as commercial and business law, Ms. Nadir recognizes that every case is accompanied by a unique set of facts that must be considered. After your initial consultation, we will work diligently to develop a legal strategy that addresses the specifics of your case. For a consultation we are available to meet on Saturday by appointment. To learn more, please call us at 972-763-5399 or contact us online.