Anthony SantangeloHelping clients with Intellectual Property, Business Formation and Expungements
- Patents, International Law, Trademarks ...
- District of Columbia, New Jersey, Pennsylvania
Low Cost Consultations! Low Cost Trademarks, Patents, Copyrights, IP Enforcement also Business Formation and Advice. I am Also Promoting Inventions. Call for Unbiased Guidance!
Mr. Santangelo is a compassionate attorney who has helped many people in pro bono clinics for bankruptcy, domestic violence and tax preparation. He is a graduate of the prestigious school of business at NYU and has an MBA from Seton Hall.
Mr. Santangelo served as Law Clerk to Francis J. Orlando, Jr., Assignment Judge for Camden County and as an Intern for Jack M. Sabatino, J.A.D. His experience includes work as a Litigation Associate for the firm of Chierici, Chierici & Smith of Moorestown, New Jersey. He also has experience as a Commercial Litigation
Contract Attorney for Pepper Hamilton and Archer & Greiner and served as an Intern to the New Jersey Division of Law, Employment Litigation and Counseling Section.
A registered Patent Attorney; Mr. Santangelo has a scientific and technical background. He has worked in several laboratories developing new products for the refractory and adhesives industries. Mr. Santangelo has over 270 inventions, improvements and suggestions to his credit. Some of his suggestions have been presented to top corporations such as Dell and Lenovo.
Mr. Santangelo has substantial business experience having worked for a Fortune 50 pharmaceutical company for eight years and in numerous personal and family businesses in food and coffee service and automotive maintenance. He also has extensive training and experience in eCommerce, web page creation, business plans, financing, taxes, marketing, sales and most other areas of business.
Specialties: INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY, PATENTS, BUSINESS ADVISEMENT & EXCELLENCE, ENTREPRENEURSHIP, TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER, VENTURE FUNDING, CONSUMER LAW & ADVOCACY, BANKRUPTCY, EDUCATION LAW, LEMON LAW, EMPLOYMENT LAW, REAL ESTATE, HEALTH EFFECTS LAW, PERSONAL INJURY, FOUNDATION LAW, APPELLATE LAW, PRO BONO WORK, ESTATE PLANNING
- Patent Appeals, Patent Litigation, Patent Prosecution
- International Law
- Human Rights, Imports & Exports
- Trademark Litigation, Trademark Registration
- Foreclosure Defense
- Chapter 11 Bankruptcy, Chapter 13 Bankruptcy, Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, Debt Relief
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- Business Contracts, Business Dissolution, Business Finance, Business Formation, Business Litigation, Franchising, Mergers & Acquisitions, Partnership & Shareholder Disputes
- Criminal Law
- Criminal Appeals, Drug Crimes, Expungement, Fraud, Gun Crimes, Internet Crimes, Sex Crimes, Theft, Violent Crimes
- Tax Law
- Business Taxes, Criminal Tax Litigation, Estate Tax Planning, Income Taxes, International Taxes, Payroll Taxes, Property Taxes, Sales Taxes, Tax Appeals, Tax Audits, Tax Planning
- Intellectual Property
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- District of Columbia
- District of Columbia Bar
- New Jersey
- Rutgers School of Law-Camden
- Widener University Delaware School of Law
- Seton Hall University School of Law
- MBA | FinanceMarketing
- New York University
- B.S. | Business
- District of Columbia Bar
- - Current
- Q. Is there someplace in Fl. that I can get my lyrics copyrighted or do I need to do it online? If online, where do I turn?
- A: Hi There!! A copyright is technically created the moment artistic expression is reduced to a fixed medium. To register your copyright see the government site https://copyright.gov/ which is very informative. Good Luck!!
- Q. Can I stream myself reading a book on YouTube or Twitch?
- A: To be on the safe side I would read from a book that’s out of copyright protection which is roughly 2 lifetimes. Other than that you’re probably technically infringing on the Writers Copyright. There are many exemptions for example research, education, parody etc. I think reading an entire work and creating an audio file of it and publishing it would infringe the copyright of the original writer. it may be possible to just get their permission? Thanks!!
- Q. Infringement of patent
- A: This is a very difficult and complicated question. A non-provisional patent generally covers the function of an item whereas a design patent covers the ornamental look of a product but not its function. You can still infringe on A patent by changing its design if your new product “reads on” the claims in the non-Provisional Patent. In other words if your product has been described in an earlier non-provisional patent you will be infringing on them. However if your competitor had a Design Patent but your new design does not duplicate the original Design you may be OK with a new design. An extended conversation would have to take place to really narrow down your needs. Best of luck