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intellectual property law

We help innovative and creative business owners protect their valuable intangible property using intellectual property law. 

why work with Paradies law?

Innovative and creative business owners need trusted iP counsel with the experience to quickly understand their business and the knowledge to protect their valuable iP. 

Patent & Trade Secret

Patents and trade secrets are sometimes thought of as opposite sides of a coin. 

A patent gives the owner a period of exclusivity for some types of inventions, but only after a proper, formal disclosure of the invention and review of the owners claims for patentability

Trade secrets protect against misappropriation of certain types of information, but only if reasonable measures are taken to keep it secret. 


Trademarks protect valuable brands and can last forever.

A company's brands accrue 'good will' over time, which can become very valuable as the number of people that recognize the brand and its ability to drive sales and profits grows. 

However, every brand starts out with no value, and it can take time to grow the value. Fortunately, trademarks can help by protecting the value of your company's brands. 


Copyrights are inexpensive to own, and timely registration gives owners valuable rights. Copyright is the easiest to enforce, not necessarily requiring the hiring of lawyers to take effective action to stop copyright infringement. 

Copyright only protects creative expression, but it's not only for artists, photographers, authors and designers. Every company benefits by owning & registering its copyrights in the creative works that bring value to the business.

about us

Our team of intellectual property professionals help busy business owners own & protect intangible property using intellectual property law.

Our IP law practice is located in Tampa, Florida, but our reach is global. Chris Paradies is a U.S. registered patent attorney and Florida Bar certified intellectual property attorney and founded Paradies law to help innovative and creative business owners. Owning your iP & having the right intellectual property protection keeps your company safe and free of unwanted IP lawsuits. 

Together with Eileen Cassis, our international patent paralegal, Paradies law has developed and maintains a network of foreign counsel around the globe. We focus on helping you own & protect valuable ideas, information, know-how, brands, inventions and creative works in the U.S., but our worldwide relationships make it easy to extend your rights to other countries and regions too.


Discover our difference

At Paradies® law, we think differently, because we're focused on protecting the value of your 'intangible' property and growing your business. That's why we offer reasonable flat fees for our done for you services, and that's why Chris Paradies created the iPscaling® program, which allows you to save thousands while protecting your own iP, following step-by-step instructions. 

Either way, you benefit from Chris Paradies experience helping hundreds of business owners over more than two decades with their intellectual property protection. When you engage Paradies® law, Chris works directly with you.

You'll also benefit from an experienced team that know how to work together. Eileen Cassie is an IP paralegal and had worked with Chris at two firms before following him to Paradies law soon after he founded Paradies® law in 2013, an intellectual property law firm with shared experience unmatched anywhere in Florida. 

Schedule an Intellectual Property Working Session

Existing clients may use the button below to schedule a Zoom meeting with Chris Paradies to complete review of the IP terms in an important agreement, to discuss patentability of an invention, to conduct a trademark search and analysis, or any other IP law task that may be completed during a 30 minute call.